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Colognes and Hand- 
kerchief Extracts 

From BVance and Germany. Juat re- 
ceived. See our window. 



OaupbaU'B Prcsoriptlon Btora. 






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COAL 


HALL 


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Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 

tISI Government St Phone (JC 



VOL. Clll,, NO. 226 



VICTORIA, B, Cm SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1910 



TWENTY PAGES 



Our Showing of 

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IMPORTED 




''?*!r*«Wffli^! 



Are iinexcelled. . They fepresent th^e finest 
producti£)n of the manufacturers' art. Many 
pleasing and attractive styles will be found 
amongst them in plain and fancylgffects, in 
gilt, burnished and fancy steel frames, in 
plain leathers of all shades, crocodile, seal 
skiri, etc 

Priced From $2.75 Up 






Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 



Jewellers 



1 017 (government Street 




tin 



nitil i1h-\' \\Iii it .ii< liurn- 1 



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Ross' Delicatessen Sugges- 
tions for Sunday's Dinner 

\rn.K-FED SPRING CHICKENS or MILK-FED BROILERS, lb. * S6c 

If You Don't Want to Cook: 



Roast Spring: Chicken per lb. 50c 
Pressed Brisket Beef, per lb. .30c 

. Press»ed Tongrue, per lb. 60c 

Boiled Ham, per lb ,.'.....50c 

Roast Pork, per fb^ .».»,,, .60c 
RoasT^'eal, per lb.,~. ....... .60c 

Veal Loaf, per lb. .60c 

Genuine Mortadella Sausage, per 

lib. ..."...... ... : 50c 

Salami Sausagre, per to. . .,.;50c 
Summer Sausage, per lb. ...40c 



Pork Sausage (our own, unrivall- 
ed make) £re«h and pure, per 

lb. ....26c 

Chtoken Pies, each. ........ . VSc 

.Stea'k PPie.s, each lOi; 

Veal and Hajn Pies, 2. for 25c 

and 3 for ...... ....,'.' . ,.38c 

Pork Pies, 2 for 25c and ll for 25c 

Sausage Rolls, per doz ..'.80c 

FiBh Cakes, j)er rlo?.. 30c 

Potato Salad, per lb :;0c 



Special, Today : 



PURE GOLD JELLY POVVl>KRS, 3 packets for ..; 20c 



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DIXI H. ROSS & GO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317, Government Street 
Tels. 150, 51, 52 - - - - , Liquor Dept. Tel. 1590 



War Departmejit at Washing- 
ton Refuses Request :SGn[ 
Frotri Fire-Afflicted States 
f r Discharge of Big (^uns__ 

WOULD BE' TiOSTLY 

• AND IMEFFECTIVE 



Men Fighting Desperately to 
Prevent Destruction af-iheir 



Smol<e Hinders Navigation 



ri\ out. 

Navigation Hampered 
I'liiM- T()\V.N':SrO.\l>, , Aus, 28.-- 
I iiii',.<; ,l.ui(ls III' smoke frmn the bush 
lii-i-s iif WasliInKt"'! "•'!() Orett'uii ovor- 
.--pii-ini llio wiiter.s of tlic Pacific from 
I'll i., :iiH) miles off llio. comkI. of., bolli 
1,1 1 ■ ■ .\ i-o[->oi't or conditions .said to 
. I'll I ii iiiail.x (liltloult lor nuvigiitlon 
■,.,i^ i.i'',it;lit today b.v the • steamer 
QvH'i.tn, whii ll |ii:si.i ii; today from 
San t'"riu(ci.-^i'i, iiij.,! inilcer Barry 
stales that im. <. . -^.sl'1 was never free 
from the Kiiii'lii |.all throughout the 
run north troin California. Shipping 
on uvcry ivirt of Piigct Sound i.s ham- 
P^ired by the dense smoke .hase. , 

Reports of a dozen lires In the 
Olympic- peninsula wection reached here 
today. Heavy loss by llamea has been 
sustained by logging outfits near Bren- 
non. Hood's canal, and property in 
danger of heavy loss from fires not 
burning i.s the timber of the Puget 
Sound Mills and Timber company near 
Crescent, Clallam. The forests of tko 
Lake Crescent district iq-e the finest 
body' of 'Standing timber In Washing- 
ton. 



For Eucharistic Congress 
LONDOJC, Aug. 26— Clergy and laity 
of the Roman Catholic church nom- 
U„..v,„« J \/'ii pv berlng about 270 left Euston today to 

homes and Villages UenSe_^embark at Liverpool tor Montreal. 

Canon Gauthier, representing the 
Montreal reception committee, escorts, 
the delegates to Canada. 




tn A.n ?. ^h ^ ^""s^f^f^ary. who m theshoot^ft made a score 
to join In the request for *, .U „,,♦ „, „ „«»aiMB -« wn,-u^m 



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McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 

Positively No Credit. 



To Wine Drinkers 

Every welllinfbrmed gentleman of the present, age, who 
i.s a drinker of wine knows that G. H. Mumm & Go's "Extra 
Dry" is, conceded by connoisseurs to be the purest and most 
superb of all the naturally dry champagnes imported into this 
country. 

; We would ask these peoj&le, who are accustomed to and 
desire the befit procurable, the g^Maiiine "Extra Dry," to see 
that the bottle they are supplied with bears the rose cojqred 
capsule, because none is genuine vyithout this particular, 
mark. Many spurious imitations of,G. H. Mumm & Co.'s un-. 
riA ailed "Hxtra Pxy^' jire mpon' the market, but when th^^ 
1 X ttle labelled "Extra 'J3Hfy**caT'ties the piiik ca,p-;<i>ne is sMJCje^ 
ni haviiig. the genuine first-class article, the very choicest^ 
naUirally dry cham|>agne pn.ssit)to io prornrc in any part of 
I lie w. .1 M,, 

we .-imply di-a\^ ■■-■ i^atrons' 'andUricnds-attetitipij tO'this' 

in Mfii'T 'h,!' ihi \ may not be deceivecii 



PORTLAND, Aug. -6.— Late today 
General Maus telephoned to the As- 
sociated Press from Vancouver. Wash., 
that he had received a message from 
the war depart^Ksnt declining request 
to discharge the heavy artillery of the 
district of Columbia in an effort to 
produce rain. To discharge all the guns 
of the department at once would cost 
the government $10,000, according to 
General Mau«. There is no possibility 
that any such discharge would pro- 
duce any -effect, and but l ittle ' lik eli- 
hood that repeated discharges would 
prove any more effective. The war de- 
partment in moving and providing 
troops to light forest llres in various 
parts of the Paciilc «iorthwest is at 
an expense of thousands oi. dollars a 
day and it is willing to go to further 
expense if necessary tO assist in extin- 
guishing this tlces, but the aaaistanoo 
rendered must be of a kind that la 
pr:>.ctieal beyond aU question. 
Appeal to President 

SPJATTLK. Aug. 26.— -President Taft 
has been appealed to for an order in- 
structing the war deijartment to corfi- 
ply with the requests sen^ yesterday 
by Senator Piles and Congressman 
Humphreys aj^klng that tfle coast de-' 
fence for the Pugot Souncjl district 
unite with the warships at the navy 
yard in firing their big gi^ns In the 
lioiHi of starting a general rainfall over 
the tire-SAvept foreaJLs of Western 
Washington. The, Washington Forest 
Jl<1re association has also sent messages 
to the commercial bodies of Portland 
Tacoma and 
asking- them 

rain-making asslsstance. The appeals 
seht to Pfesident Taft tonight was 
signed by the Washington Forest Fire 
assocts^tlon, the Washington Conserva- 
tion association and other organisa- 
tions of lumberriien arkl loggers. The 
Joint telegram to^ the president says: 

"War department telegraf)hg -^ objec- 
tlons to cost of firing heavy guns on 
Pacific coast of $10,000 for each dis- 
charge. We respectfully su^bmlt that 
forest fire organizations are spending 
$20,000-TTPr day and unorganised eflorts 
are costing vastly more. Increasing 
fire Jeopardy to .millions of dollars 
worth of standing timber In Washing- 
ton alone. The air Is full of smoke, 
and conditions are ideal for a rain-pro- 
ducljig trial. We varnestly hopo youf 
excellency will favorably att on otir 
request." 

The navy, department has already 
pignlfled a willingness to do its share 
towards Jarring. moisture out of the at- 
mo.sphpre, but there are so few war- 
ships in commission on the Puget 
Sound station that it Is believed a vol- 
ley from them alone would not bring 
forth results. For this reason the flre- 
flghtlng" offk'lals are anxious that the 
war department Join In the experiment. 
In s])lte of the attitude of the war 
department the business men of Se- 
attle and the officers of the forest lire 
asfsoclatloh believe that if sufficient 
pressure Is brought to bear- their re- 
quest will be granted. To that end they 
have started a deluge of messages to 
Washington and to, EfiJie.riey. Mass. 

In the jncantlme htmdreds of men 
under the direction pf forest rangers 
and state fire wardens are working 
desperately to control the flames that 
are gradually apprrlachlng numerous; 
towns and villages in the foothills of 
the mountains. How long they can. 
hold Out against the: enemy none will 
assert, btit they are .lioppful that they 
can stay the flames lintll raiq, comes 
to their .relief. ',■' 

Reports received here toYiight indi- 
cate that several towns In the eastern 
part of this pountry are in grave dan-, 
gcr. Many of the women and childneu 
have been sent from the thrcateheif ' Eatev 
districts to Seattle and Tacoma. The ' 
men. are remaining behind to keep u-p 



Pool Rooms In Vancouver. 
VANCOUVKR, August 2«.— The fi- 
nance committee dedd.'d in introduce 
a bylaw prohibiting youths under IT 
years of age from entering a pooj 
room, to close all pool rooms^ in the 
city at midnight instead of l' a. m., 
and to advance the license fees to $20 
for the first table and $15 for others. 

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KEEP mm LOW 





ERE 

OF DEATH LIST 



Latest Report From ft re-Swept 
Districts Places Number of 
Dead. at 18Lta.D.d Missing, at 
Ninety-eiglit 



RANGER HALM'S PARTY 
NOW REPORTED SAFE 



Many^^Eke- Fighters' Lives Lost 
Through Own Disobedience 
—Tate of One Party of 
Eighteen 



Results of Day's Shooting at 
Rockfiffe Range -- Some 
British Columbians Winners 
in Grand Aggregate 



OTTAWA, AuffUBt 26.— Bafl wind 
and light played havoc with the scores 
at RocfccIilTe today; This was shown 
by six men, who tied- with possibles (n 
the Waller match two days ago, lead- 
ing a field of 700 shots. The cup to- 
day was won by Sergt. Martin, of C«vl- 



of 23 out of a possible y$\ ^orbe s. 
New 3runswlclt.' "followed with 22. 
The other four men failed lamentably. 



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. NEWS SUMMARY 

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Page 

1— Is In Favor of Church Union. 

Mote Revisions of Death List. 

;•' No Cannonade to Bring Rain. 

2**-Wi!l Submit Bylaw for Work 

llequestcd. * 

Fine Flne«ieo in if'dtiefta*- 

F.irm, Civic hp^rih Ask ' 

Ii.,'i eases. ■ * 

■Editorial. ; 

Social and personal. 



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6 — News 

7 — ^NewR 
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of the city, 
of the city; 
' r;'fi Realm. 



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■iial Sport. 
1' '"nhle S<>rv 



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Victoria 



Pit hie r & Leiser 

Wholesale jAgents for B. G. 
Vancouver • 



Nelson 



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14 — Mariii' 

J,% --I'niViii. Ml ■ . ,■, 

Diffi. 

Inga. 

If) -Cln.SHii !' .1 ,iilvta. 

17 — Markets. 

18 — Clvlo bylaws. 

19 — Advertlsenynts 

20 — David Spericer, Ltd. 



i'et. 



Hgon 

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Mamby, .Winnipeg, got only 11, Slater,' 
Vancouver, only it. Eastcott; Ottawa, 
4. and Morris. Kingston, did not hit the 
target, tbough until today he led in the 
grand aggregs^te. 

The' Transvaal Cup, given for the 
best score by South African vetei:ans 
in the first stage of the Governor- Gen- 
eral's prize, was tied for bytwd Br'it- 
Ish, Columbians, Weir, of Nelson, and 
Moscrop, , of Vancouver, making 96 
points each. First stage of Qovernor- 
General's, 200, 500 and 600 yards, i;roS- 
slble' 105. first 150 to shoot in second 
.«tagi>, Lt. Milne, Vancouver, and Lt. 
Melklejohn tied for first place at 101. 
Pte. Simpson, 102nd, Nel.ion, was 16th, 
with 98: Pte. Lebunan, 102nd, Nelson, 
■Wth, with' 97; ("aptatn Sclater, Vancou- 
ver. 40th, with 1)6; Pte. Weir, 102nd, 
Nelson, 42nfi, with 96; Captain Forrest, 
6th, Vancouver, 52nd; Sgt. Moscrop 
and Sgt. Hunter, 6th, Vahcoxiver, riTtth 
and .B6th. with 96 each; Captain Mc-" 
Harg. 72nd. with 95.; .Mr. Bstey, Grand 
Falls, 99th, with 94. Other British 
Columbians in the first 115 who get Into 
the .second stage are Gunner McDour 
gall, 5th Victoria artillery, Captain 
Sclater, Vancouver,,, coif'p. Birch. 6th 
Aniilery. , ,. 

Qfand aggregate, highest scores In 
Banker's^ ^Valkcr. McDougall, Domin- 
ion and first stage of Governor- Gen- 
erals, possible 315: Bibbey aind Free- 
born, of Hamilton, and Melklejohn, Ot- 
tawa, led xvllh scoreii of 296 eaph. 
Sgt. .Moscrop, Vancouver, won $5 with 
290; $4 each, Sgt. Hunter and Capt! 
Sclater, 6th, Vancouver, 2S6 each; I.,t; 
Milne, 6th, Vancouver, 285 ; Pte. Simp- 
son. Nelson, 281, 

Lansdowne ag^gregatfl, teams of. six. 
won by Hamilton, with 1,326; 6th, Van- 
couver Regiment, w^s third, with 1.304, 
winrllng $34. 

Gordon Highlanders' prize, for teams 
of eight, was won by the Grenadier-^, 
Toroiitp, witlj 754. The 6th, Vnncoti- 
var, was fourtltr-^vlth 749. winning $20. 

Txtra aeries, 500 yards, 44 possibles 
won $5.05 cac.h, among them being Mr. 
" • of Grand Falls, Pte. Simpson, 

.N'elson, Mr: \Vhltr, Grand -Falls. 

Gi|:isGn match, 506 yards, quick fir- 
ing: Power, Grand Falls, won $4 87 
with 24, Capt. Sclater, 6th, Vancouver 
and White, Grand Falls, won $4, with 
2.^; Pte. SliTipson, Nelson, won $4, with 

Extra series, 600 yards; Pte. Simp- 
son and Capt. Sclater, $3, with 24 each. 
General Lake match, 500 Vards, figure 
target, quick nrlijg,v Pte. Simpson, $5,. 
wth 19 points; Capt. Sclater, $4.60, 
with 18 points. . ♦ »". 

Deserter .Surrenders. ' • 

V,ANCOUVE'R, ,.B. -C, Aug. 26 — 
Charles Martin, who says he Is a de- 
serter from the N.W.M.P. in Alberta 
surrendered himself to-the chief of po- 
lice;, here today, t, 

III ' n il il^llll l pl ,„ .. „ 

Rushing Work on Savoy 

T^'^:^ V, Aug. 25.~What is prob-. 

iiost remarkable building 

I wimn London has yet seen Is ilovv 

•progress on the Vlctbrlii Embank-. 

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MISSOULA, "Mont., Aug. 26.— A 
compilation made today by the office 
of Pitrld DlBtrlct, No. 1, forest service, 
embracing the entire burned district 
In Idaho and Munntana, gives ^5 as 
the number of known dead In the em- 
ploy of the service. Eighty-three ehi- 
plcyees are missing and . stlU iinao- 
counted ■ for. Complete returns have 
not yet been received from the Coeur 
d'Alone regioiiln the vicinity of Wal- 
lace. Idaho, \yhen these ure in it 1'^ 
thought the list of missing will bu 
muterlally reduced. 

The. missing include the following: 
Ranger HolUngahead's crew on Big 
Creek, 23 men; Ranger Thenonscrew 
at Indian Lake, 34 men; at thie Setzer 
creek camps, 5 men; I^a^nger Halm's 
crew, 16 men. 

The discrepancy In the number of 
men Ih" Halm's crew, which has been 
reported from Wajlace to consist of 
70 men, and which according to the 
records of the district oftlcd is only 
composed of 16, can be explained 
through, the fact that the original 
jiarty ' consisted of 70. but after start- 
ing out many were transferred, and 
some discharged, reducing the nuni- 
ber of the party to sixteen. The dis- 
trict office Is still hopefyi , that the 
Halm .party Is ^afe. 

The party was made tip of the fol- 
lowing Individuals: Ranger .Toseph 
B. Halm,"Wm. Rogers. Joseph Burnen, 
John Miller, Jas; Bates, Lewis Wal- 
helm, Oscar Hendrickson, A. Sun- 
atrom, Job Sobl, James "^Vhalcn, Fred 
irtss, Chas., Cronin, Wm. K.idd. J. C. 
Little. Fred- Mill and T. J. Carlson. 
Search For Halm 

SPOKANE, ^ugr.,*6:^^^*%reat Ranger 
(Continued On .Page Two.) 

M m RATE 

Vancouver's. Mortality RecoKJ 
for This month Unusually 
Heavy — Intestinal Disorders 
Held-Largely Responsible 



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VANCOUVER, Aug. , 26,— Medical 
Health Officer Underbill Is making 
careful investigation of the mortality 
1/1 Vancouver during the present month, 
owing to the certainty that the num- 
ber of deaths will he the greatest in 
the city's history. Eixamination of the 
returns this morning showed that the 
death rdll for the month is already 
130, with five days yet to. go. 

Gnmparlwjn with the ntortallty re- 
cords for August In the past shows the 
death roll for the month is generally 
very high, the reports making ili^ fol- 
lowing showing: ,1907. 80; 1908. 60: 
1909. 83. 

Dr. Underbill states that It ^ief pos- 
sible frilly half the dcAthS' may . be 
traced to Intestinal disoi'd'prs, a physi- 
cal ailment which Is ''■ widespread 
throughout the city at. present, al* 
though the cause for this condition Is 
an unsolved problem despite careful 
enqulrtes;^ by the health authorities. The 
mortality among Infiants Is exceptional- 
ly heavy. 



WANISBEIIEI 





Terminal City Emphatically In- 
sists Upoji /Some Improve- 
,ment Being Made — Compet- 
ing System Talked About 



tomatic system. In th'; e\i'iit , of its 
I'iiilure to' do s-:i) the city 'will t^ko steps 
to allow a coiniicitlng iiy.steni.'' 

Mayor Taylor favored, the establish- 
ment of a miinicipal syHtcin in tin' 
event of, a conipetlng' sysLiin, 

The resolution wUl uumf baTure tlu; 
Whwltt council on Monday night. 

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, ^, RainboW On Hor Way. 
..tAS PALMAS. Canary Is, Aug. 2li, 
—The Canadian crulSer Rainbow ar- 
.rivcd here today on her way to Ifi-. 
qulmalt. She; leaves tombri-oW; 

CANADA'S NAVY 



Service Paper Makes Comment — In- 
terest in Queen's Own Rifles 
Visit to England. 



- LONDON, Aug. 26.— The. Army and 
Navy, Chronicle, says: "Canada alms at 
training her ow n pers onnel'. Mistakes 
will surely be made, but Canada is In 
earnest, and will ultimately build up a 
navy that will count." 

Lord Crewe, replying to the sugges- 
tion that opposition members should 
participate in the; Imperial conference, 
did not thjnk such a departure con- 
venient forHihls or for any other coun- 

The army is looking forward with 
the keeneert interest to the arrival of 
the .Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto. 
Every preparation is being made . for 
their reception at Rushmoor green. The 
first part of the performance takes 
them over Monday. Thence there will bo 
field training uninterrupted till Septem- 
ber 13. Probably some civic enter- 
tainment will be offered in London. 
The Kovernmcmt is making special ar- 
rangements for> the regiment to visit 
the Tower of London and King George 
will probably inspect them at Bucking- 
iiam Palace. 



I'lnjih .,, 
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eluded. 



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months. Nine 
f'd on it, 
night and 



'•iHil|i|«;li'. UlC 

Inindred men 
working in throe 
day, Sundays in- 



■lod 

jub 
arc 



tiiin for n./pctter telephone system than 

vAncouvoyCnlovs todiiv.' ruii.chi'd i)i 
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Large Sawmill Plant of McNely 
Firm is Destroyed, With 
Much Stock .— Fire Still 
; B'urning Fiercely 



TACOMA, Aug. 27.— Plre. about 11 
o'clock la.^t night totally destroyed the 
sawmill pl.int of E^^jLMcNely & Co., 
on the waterfront, causing a loss of 
$300,000. The Insariance Is partial. 

The plaint comprised a sawmill of 
50.000 feet dally capacity, a shingle 
mill of 600,000 dally capacity, with 
planing mill, kilns, warehouse and a 
large wharf. The stock on hand In- 
cluded 5,000,000 feet of flnt>st finished 
cef'ar; 3,00'0,000 r*^d cedar shingles and 
1,000,000 feet of fir. comprising a 
cargo lust being got out. The plan- 
ing mill was ^running nights. 

The fire" started' in the innitt — Tnlll, 
supposedly, around the boiler, and 
spread with great rapidity, quickly en- 
veloping the entlf'e plant. 

The fire I8-844H burning fiercely, cov- 
ering atJ area of. seN^efal acres, but 
is under coHtrol. 

FAST AUTO DRIVING 



Contestant at Elgin, III., Race Averages 
Over Sixty Miles in Long Race 

BLGtlN, (111.. Aug. 26.-^put of a pot- 
pourri of road races over the new Si- 
mile course here today, thpee drUers 
and three cars eniei'ge<l with distint 
guished" honors. A Livingston spinning 
a mile a minute for 2.03,35 miles, an- 
jiexed the major event, the, Illinois 
trophy, with a iNatlonal. , C. D. Buick, 
wl>o drove half of, hl.'L_raoo with one 
spring suspension broken, captured the 
Kane County trophy, covering the 
169.46 miles in 3 04: 45. A Heai-n, who 
drove his own entry, a Benz, In the 
smal cAr contest, took the Fox River 
trcyphy. His time for the 135',57' Tnlle.? 
.wa.«t 2.30:04. Livingstone averaged" 
60.6 miles an h(jur. BuloJ<\'55 .nfiiles and 
Ahearn 54. The pilot of the National 
made the- entire trip without stopping, 
without eS'en hesllatlnjr, in faet. Ahearn 
was similarly fbrtimate. Nod Kiane, in 
a St.av'e-r^hlcago car, had consistently 
worked fro-in fourth , pl'ace to second, 
for" which he had a. lead over MUler, 
the Warren-Detroit pilot. 

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Thieves Cdrt Avvay a Safe - 
, BRANDjON, August 26.— Bu»glars 
visited ifive places of business here last' 
night,. but the lyot was small, except on 
the McLOan Piano Company's premises, 
where, unable to break open a safe, 
they f.emoved It ,bodlIy, having a vt:agon 
with them apparently. The safe, 
which weighed about a quarter of a 
ton, only contained about $70. 



ihitiay 

.his ,W)lUUlLli. 



iii ir.i^NMix tlie rea- 
' "(lit lie opinion of 
I lolephon. 
sy^tern Is un.v.^ w ■■ recom 

mend that the .Urlliiih Columbia Ti-lo- 
phrtno company be given thirty d;tyH 
to decl(le', upon the adoption of the au- 



Fire in Vancouver 
VANCOUVER, August 26. — Last 
nigHt, at, about half-past ten,d{n alarm 
of tire was given from Water street. 
It was found that the Pg,€ltlfc li'rult and 
Produce Agency's store was on Are, 
and as thl.s is a wooden building, the 
absence of wind vvas fortunate^ This 
place stands betvveen the EdwaM 
Hotel and the temperance Hotel. The 
brigade, which was quickly, ort the 
scene, soon had the flames undcl- con- 
trol, and tonflned them to the build- 
ing where fhcy originated, conducting 
the fight fronl both front and rear. 
Fruit and vegetables were stored in the 
place, and what with lire, smoke, water 
and chemicals they will be worthless 

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~ , Sir Wilfrid's Journey 

VANCOUVER, Aug. 26,— The special 
train cony^.'ytng Sli' W iifrld _Laurier 
an(V party back to the East left Van- 
ce uver yesterday morning, with KaiTi- 
lonps as thC'flrsf stopping plarr, where 
the premier had a receptinii l.i.--:; nlRlit. 
nd on Satnrdn.v ovct''?:, '"i ■. t v 

ill !i;irii .Vclson, Stii • ■ , , I - 

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I VVH.S (pi id . .\ , r, 



IS IN EAVOR OE 





Methodfisf General' Conference 
Overwhelmingly Declares It-, 
self in Accord With Union on 
Basis Proposed ., . 



PROMINENT MEMBERS 

OPPOSE PROPOSAL 



Vote, However, Stood etTwo__ 
Hun-dred and Twenty to 
Ihiilyzfjye —Various Con-' 
siderations. by Speakers 



The Methodist general conference 
yesterday overwhelmingly declared it- 
self in favor of church union on the 
b^sis already agreed upon by the Joint 
committee ' representing the Presby- 
terian, Methodist and Congregational 
churches of the Dominion. The vote 
on the issue resulted as follows J For, 
220;. against, 35. 

Among 'those who v^ere not -in ac- 
cord with the finding of thei conference 
on this, the most imi>ortant issue be- 
fore the church, were many prominent 
men including: Mr. Justice Maclaren, 
of Toronto; Rev. Dr. William Briggs, 
Torohto; Rev. Dr,iW, M, Patten, Mon- 
treal; Rev. Dr. W. R. Young, Mon- 
treal; Rev. Dr. D. Hickey, Plctou; 
Rev. Dr. L. Curtis, St. Johns, New- 
foundlahd; Rev. Dr. W. S. Glffen, 
Toronto; Rev. J. Craig, Mahone Bay, 
N. ..S.; Rev, prr W. H. Hlncks, Presi- 
dent of the Toronto Conference; Revi 
A. M. Sanford, Vancouver; Rev. S. E. 
Osterhout, Vancouver, Rev. R. Mllll- 
ken, Vancouver; and Mr. H. P. ffiToore, 
Acton. 

The question before the conference 
when the vote was taken was the 
fil-st recommendation In the report of 
the committee on Church Union.- the 
deb.ate which, opened at last night's 
session. The recommendation was:' 
"Your committee recommenda. that the 
general conference declare its approv- 
al of these documents agreed upon 
by the Joint committee as a basis 
upon ^li'lc'h the Mpthodlst, Presbyter- 
ian and-Gongregatlonal churches mavi 
unite. On tl>e result of the ballot be- 
ing declared all those who had vot- 
ed in the affirmative rose and saing 
"Praise God from Whom All Blessings 
Flow," the dissenting delegates re- 
maining, seated. 

Discussion Resumed. 



Th&^iscussion was resumed at the 
afternoon session. CJiancellor N. S. 
Burwash of.' Victoria University, ' the 
Chairman of tKe Church Union com- 
mittee being given an opportunity to 
reply. .Br. Burwash said the matter 
had been abundantly discussed. The 
doctrine of the Deity in the propos- 
ed basis of agreement bad been called 
m question. As far as he could Judge 
there could be no doubt of the abso- 
lute Deity outlined In . the proposed 
doctrine. The sovereignty of God; was 
the foundation of the Christian faith, 
it had been said that each of tha three 
great denomination's stood for. some 
great principle of truth. If It was pos- 
sible ,to unite them In one common 
truth this truth wotild have behind 
it the united force of a brotherhood' 
of Christian people. All the evange- 
lical churches of the land were mov- 
ing towards a common Ideal. The 
brethren of the differient churches had 
felt each others pulses with regard 
to the great fundamental truths of 
the Christian faith. He know of no 
doctrine that could be ceacKed! with 
more efficacy than that Which wtis 
now before the conference* In It the 
full theology, of the New Testament' 
had been preserved, l£ tha conference 
was unable to pass a Judgment on 
this Important mattep'how^ was It pos- 
iHible to send It down ti>' ihd lower 
courts for their dectelon. ^ , 

The following chango lr»Htho reading 
of .the recommendation moved as an 
amendment by the Rev, A, M. SanfOrd 
of Vancouver and aeconded by the Rev.' 
W. ,J. Robertson of St. Oathrlnes 
which rcfid as follows vvas discussed; 
"The committee therefore recom- ' 
menda that the general cotiforence 
cordially^ receives these documents 
agreed upon by the Joint committee 
as a basis upon whcih the Methodist 
Presbyterian lind Congregational ) 
churches may unite." 

The Rev. O. Darwin tifReglna 'Bald 
that from the legal standpoint he had 
no fear of the union. The delegates 
had been told of the Pentacostal con- 
dition of affairs which had. preyailed 
at the proceedings of the Joint com- 
mittee. He' wished there wqre a more 
Pentacostal attitude among the dele- 
gates In discussing this great ques- 
tion. The speaker during tho dlacus- 
sloti had gone on the principle that 
"What's thine Is mine, . and what'.s 
mine is my own." What he would like 
'*o \inderstand was where was the 
spirit of union which should go with 
the discussion of union Itself. In his 
twenty-six years experience In wes- 
tern Canada he had never known a 
time when the Presbyterian church 
wa« striving so hard to blanket this 
portion of the Dominion. They had 
taken advantage of union belngvln the 
air to put forth their strongest ef- 
forts to gain adherents. Before the 
conference endorsed church union it 
■should have the spirit of the thing. Tf 
the conference would adopt the n-eso-' 
lution of the Rev. Mr. Stanford it 
would Just receive , the documents 
dealing with the basis of union and 
then It could try and cultivate th'- 
spirit f>f unity after which it was sii)) 
pospd to be '.striving. 

Doubtful About Policy, 

In .'-iiiiikinec to bi.s nwii :i : 

t!r l;.--, .Mr. .Sanford s;n.! r 

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cabin. Tin men li:nl ifWl* tliore think- 
ing thpy iiiiKhi filial wutor. bill the 
place wiis (lr.\-. 171c bodlca i)f two 
Swt'iles, brnlhcrs, wi^rc fouinl lyUiK 
i arioHs edch i.ulicr, face ilownwnrcl. One 
! ni.ni tind stayed In the cablii. AH 
! lli.ii u.is left of liln) WHS Ills l;)ack- 
b'ln.'. I'lvc hiidles weri' finind on 11, 

mil- I |;u iii,,l ll III' ll alilii. A h'HJs' I 

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I Halm Party 

MrsS(n'h.\ .Mont , 
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, I'Minil ,'^ai;i-, acfonliiiK '■' 
, i<'rii\ ,',! tnnlght f'V Oi«tii 
1 ' Wi r\\ I r Hill I'.dinirr. Ida h'>. 

1 Re vised Death List. 

SFOKANK, \ u :>'•- 'rii'- 
H.St Mif dead ii^ , 1 • •! I ir. - i 
I & I !5tHte« forealry ' ii,p! '^ • - 
,,.pts, j fiKill-'Mj 104; sell 



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La Flor de Bahama 

THAT*S YOUR FAULT 

Get Acquainted With This Old Reliable and You VVill Be Satisfied 

With Life 



''odd, owner .or .yeciiou/ 'Is, iun-\.\\M\i '' 
'.v'liadra street recently subdivided, fie. 1 
asked rliat Ascjultli, •<'ecri; l'\irl.ies and 
^ i'tor streets. '^iHttlng througli this 



Toe \alle\', Idiiln) (esimiated) 50; 

i is Fork near.iWalUice. Kl: at hnl- 

I mine, Montiint, S; at Wallace, Ida. 

at Newport, Wai-ii.. MulliUt, Ida., 

ufid t^pokane, ti; t'Hul ISo. 

Missing: Thi-e^ca in pH In t'fear- 



iVir, F, Gleadnw, for 30 Yeaisj 
Enga,ued m Thai Seryice, nh' 
a , Visit , to . yanco.Liver| 
Island ' 



I'l-operts, he graded, streets maii\ and I water country, U.">: Ranger Louis Klt- 
com-rete sidewalks built under the lo- ting an<l party 34; ganger 'I'hen.on and 

party, at,- Setz<?r creeji rauK-ers,. f>; to- 

TlKi fotest «uperv!Bion'»' oMlcfe 



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JOE TASSE CIGAR CO. 



ALL OVER TOWN SNAPS 

:- FORT STREET, 40 x 120, near Quadra. This is the 

cheapest property on the street today. 

Price $8,400 

Good tcrm.s can be arfancfed. 
FINE CORNER, JAMES BAY, 60 x 120, within one 

b'lod< from the C. P, R. wharf. Fine aphrtment 

. house site. ' Price . . . $1 0.000 

DOUGLAS STREET, close to business section, 5() 

feet frontage by J 20 deep. Investigate This. 

Price .......:■ .:,... .$8,000 

OLIVE STREET— Two Lots, 50 x 120 each, good 

• location., cheap $550 each. Eas.y ternii^. 



cal improx-^rnent plan; payment cuvei"' 
Ing a term of ten yjpars. •' \;' 

The City EuBint-er rtported aa -t^i- 

low.s ; . • ,.' 

1 have inadp ah estlnAate for grad- 
ing the roads "26 feet wide and for the 
construction 6f four foot*cem'enl side- 
walks on "ea<'h side of the street and 
for the removing of the rock cut for 
a distance of three feet frojn the edge 
of the stdexValk. Tlie plan shows the 
sidewalk against the curb and the 
parking space between the"1"ot anrl the 
sidewalk. The. estimate does not [jro- 
\lde for water or sewer and as the 
roadway will be only graded these ser 
vice.*? can li e [uit in at any tinie. 1 se- 
tlmute that the cost of each of the 
above streets will be as follows: As- 
«iulth. J9.!»00; Cecil. $9,300; Forbes, 
»7. J 00; Victor. $S,000; Total $34,300. If. 
the sidewalk is made five feet Instt-ad 
of four feet the additional cost for the 
four streets will be $3,000. 
. Mayor Morley said the proposition 
was essentially to Improve the protj-. 
erty for sale, and he wanted to know 
If work was not more urgently needed 
In other ilistrlcts. 

Mr. l.,a:\vton pointed out that it 
would be difficult to get buildings 
placed on, the property until side- 
walks and streets were constructed. It 
was desirable property and woulil 
probably be built' up .so<m. The prop- 
ert> was assessed at $100,000. He con- 
sidered the council should , aid the 
owner and have the work sought done 
under the local Improvement scheme. 

The committee decided tp submit a 
bylaw (or the work under the local 
i m provement7m?t. 



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REVISIONS 
OF DEATH 



itt 

WalhU-e, Ida., tonight declined to give 
otit a statement of Xhc n\nriber of Its- 
fire flghtera known to be dfincl.-J5»«ying 
Its biioks were in confusion. ' The 
Missoula district officers stated, that 
86 men were known to' be dead. 

The Missoula office places Kanger 
Holllngshead's-^3 x\wn in the.li«t <t 
missing, whernaw .18 of the men are 
dead and burled; hence the official list 
of dead foresters is 104. 

Bluo Mountain Fires. 

VVAI.,1..A WALLA, Aug. 26.— Accord- 
ing to Assistant Forester Unsser, of the 
local office. Oov. Jlay will We asked to- 
morrow to detail compan.y "Iv" of the 
Washington natlfmai guard to assist 
In fighting fore.st fires In. Loo';i.i.? 
tilifsa tan.Non. near Ttillicate, in the 

.Ulue .Mountains. A hertvj^ W'lnd la 

driving the flames, and the situation 
Ik rapidly growing more serious, with 
flames less tlian two ."nlles from the 
settlemeni at Tollgate. Ajwuher gatu: 
of fighters was sent to the mountains 
today, but us the wind veered to all 
points of the compass within a few 
moments, the men dared aot venture 
within flghmrg dlstatK^e for fear of 
being taught. Peoide who have been 
In carpp near Tollgate havr fled to 
the, valle.\'. where dense "smoke now 
smarts the e.\ es and burris the lungsT 
No word has )>eei| rece.lvcrt today from 
guard returned today froin the en- 
deavorlMg to control the fire pear El- 
gin. Ore. Company "K" of the national 
guard reutrnefl todpy from the en- 
eami>ment at Arnerlean lake. 



RATE 





LARGE SPECIAL 

BLANKETS tO 

BELOW 

WHITE "QUEEN" 
BLANKETS 



PURCHASE OF WHITE WOOL 
BE SOLD CONSIDERABLY ■ 
REGULAR PRICES. 



>\hite Wool Blankets, soft 
and durable-^ 

Size 60 X 80. - Regular price 
''?3 35 a pair, > Sale price, 
a paji^. .'.... ^2.85 

Size 64 X 84. Regular price 
$4.06 a pair. Sale price. 



WHITE "LAVAL" 

BLANKETS 

Fine_\\hite Wool Plankets 

of excellent weight, tjtial-* 

ity and finish-^ 
Si.'r (^K) X 80. , Regular price 
?3-75 a. pair. Sale price. 

a pair . .- .$3.25 

Size 64 X 84. Regular price' 
.$4.50 a pair. Sale fu/ce. 
a i)air . > . $^$.85 



ti'ontlnued From Page, One.) 

Joseph B. Halm, who is believed by 
Supervisor Welgle and Head Uanger 
Dobitt to have perished with lu men 
in the mountaina at the head Waters 
of the St. Joe river. Idaho, had. a 
large tQxkie at the beijln.iing of his 
exiiethtion, but Sent 7o inen out bfi» 
cause of a lack of provljjions. Chief 
t Forester, F. A. Silcon, of .Mlssoultf, 
\ who arrived at Wallace today, still 
^ hopes that Halm v^ 111 be saved. Ho 
has sent J'orestcr Roscae Haines to 
find Haiti). Halne,B tWk three men. 
and went aheatl, and a ifack of iwfc^ity 
horses and a trail cuptting crew wMIl 
follow'. Hanger Ltoutq Fitting arid a. 1 
party of 34. who went into the upper 
Cleamvater by way lat Lost Horse 
pass, have not been -fefard from slnfei^ 
the big fire of Baturjday a»id^u;iday,. 
and rescue parties are searching fur 
them. Suftervisor Fern lepoTted to- 
day that conditions on the Clearwater 
and HalnioU' rivers arc much IJet ter. , 

"It is , Impossible," said Forester 
Silcox toda.v. "to .give any estimate of 
the area of the timber burned, or Iti* 
value. .\(j>t untl'i after the rains cdmo 
can vve make n.i estimate. After the 



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Mr. F. C.leadow, late of the Ind'an 
forestry department, is^.in the city in 
tonlpiuiy with riir Hugh Beuvor, Byiri. 
Iti comiiany W'ith'.lJr. Masell. tho,A\\'> 
gpntleinen vvill take a. trip , up tlu' 
island with ■ a view, oi, /iiispcotlng 'tin 
tsland, timber. ', /. . ' - .. ■ .' 

Mr. tiieadow' spent' thirty yeAvi in 
India , In , connejaion w/lth the dcpjrt- 
nient of' forestry, and; liav^**^ retired 
on pension he. Is'^tali^wt-^i cursory yiewH 
of Jtorests In other parts <){ the world, ij 
Tue party will go as rar north as Al- 
bernl. Yifesterday Mr./Gleadow met the' 
numbers/ Of tfte . provincial torestry 
ccm mission. / 

The department In India has bei n 
In e.\lflt*^nce for the past fl(ty or si.vt. 
years, and. is now thoroughly .-orgswi- 
l>:ed. The work la controlled by aunn- 
five hundred officers trained ir. 
I'Uirop^. They have liinder them ;i 
provincial staff of natives and Kuro- 
peani. white under them' agalji arettn^ 
ordinary forest. guards. Mr. aiead< ., 
had a cdhservatijr's charge conslstln).; 
of alWiui one-fiuarter of the prefei- 
dencyl of Bombay with some 1.000 sub- 
ordinates of all ranks auultir him./ 

Most of the fornstsMif India arc of 

hard WooU though thercf are cedar ami 

j pine In the northern more m>)unt nn- 

oiis districts.. . 
' ,^^ W'hleni_La_Iii.jia l.s H.-mouhai 
j different to that in this country tlnmsli 
i'" .»onif ways the same methoils are 
' applicable here. They have forest llre.s 
of Incendiary or accidental origin wltij- 
which to contend and thev are handi- 
capped by therlghts which native vil- 
lages bordering on foresl.s have enjov- 
ed since time ttnmomori«4 — rights ,.f 
pasturage and of taking wood for fuel. 
ForMt~Surv«y8 
Forest surveys have bven niaiie 
throughout India. These Hliow-^t-hf- 
topography of the diirerent di8trlct.s. 
the clacs of wood and the diatrl.t.H 
burned over with the date of burniii« 
and the progress made with reuff.ores- 
tratlon. The forests are innrked out 
with lire paths. These are designed trt 
confine pres to certain areas, in tije 
event of an outbreak and are of a 
width determined necessa3.> , na- 

ture of the growth, etc. " 

Forests are mapped out in clnles 
which m turn are divided Into felling 
areas. One area In a circle la offered 
to the timber contractors eajch 
and the num.her of are.ls In " 



Italian Monarch Sees Doom of 
tji& Hu^e. battleship With 
the , Coming of the fefo- 



a pair $3.50 

FLANNELETTE BLANKETS PRICED LOW 

Good Quality White or Grey inannclcttc Blankets at 



■I" 



usual'Iv Low Prices 

Size 10*4 — 50in. x 72in. I^er p;,iir 95^ 

Size ia-4— 54in. x 72in. Per pair, $1.00 

Size n-^4 — 66in. x 72in. Per pair $1 .35 

Size i2-°4— ^7oin. x 84in. Price . $1.50 

The New Fall and Winter Coats for Ladies H^ve Arrived 

nnd include many .stylish effects in, Tweed.s. Vicunas and 
hhower-propf materials. We 
"ur 'Window. , ■ ' ' , 



invite 3'our inspection; See 




IIS OH S STORE 

Manager - -, J. E., ANDREWS 

YOU CAN SAVE MONEY AT THE CASH ONLY STORE 

Phone 2190 642 Yates Street 



.\IIL..\.Ni. Aufl. 26. A . Interview with 
Mr. W, T. Steiilf^^,l« puhUNlieil la'a .Saple.s 
paper on ,'thf subject of dlsarmanietnt. 

■Mr. .Stead Is said to hn.e declared that 
when he visited tln^ King of Italy Uiree 
>Cftr.s ago the 'Klttg denounced the 
••l>reartiiuughl niMiilo " asi a mo st foo tlsh 
Investment of pvibHc t:;)plial. 

"In fi\e years' time. ' tli« 'king *ald. 
•'a stage of perfeellon ivlll' KU'vn ' been 
reached In the t<cleiu<' '''f flying which 
alns crows will be sent to estimate will show how Hhort-.tlghted the policy 



THE CANADIAN BANK 
'OF GOMMERCE ^ 



HEAD OFl 1C£. TOKO.NTO 



Ji,STAt»LlSHKD 1867 



». E. WALltHR, Prerident 
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager 



Paid-up Capital, $1 ,000,000 
Reserve Fimd, - 6.000.000 



Branches throuijiout Canada, and in the United States and f-ngiaod. 



BAi^K 



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EY ORDERS 



ISSUED AT TMe rotLOWINO RATES: 

$3 and under. ....;..., 

, Over $5 and not exceeding $10 ...... 

" $10 " " $30 

" $30 " " $50 .•....: 



... 3 cent* 
... 6 cents 
... 10 centt 
..'. 13 cent* 

"^^ ■'.:-.-.■ arc pa' ■ ■ - •• r-<ir at every office of a Chartered Bank in CaniitlW" 

{•xc<i : ^ .kiiD.uiil. lO'ipal bankinjBT poinl.s in the UhTtcd Slates. They 

are nego:ial.>ii' .^i S4.90 to the,^ Mt^rlmj.; in tircat Br'itaih and Irel.-tiul 

They form .m firr'Urni m,-!!inri nf --milting .small wjms of money witli ■■ ,fr'v 
and at .small ' .. ■,..'. ■ hout-delay. '" 



the losses by townships, and the for- 
estry ijureau will tabulate the losses 
and e.vtent of the burned di.strict.v." • 
Courted Their Fate 
HjiJm is the onl-y college man re- 
ported deiid thus tar. (2uard.>s Stew- 
art and.Kobinson, Idem If led at Aveyy, 
were nie.i of the regular estaUtlsh- 
"1 inenl. but nearly all of the dead wet:e 
j einergen<;y men, sent out by emp'loy- 
j ment;, agencies in the eltle:<. ytories 
Mold by survivors Indicate that if the 
; cnipjoyvea lw»d been under, discipline 
i ilnd had obeyed orders' the liiaa of life 
j- would have l)eeti- much less. .(.):it< 
rtuigei'' kept his men from stninpeiling 
j by ^threatening them with aj^ rifle, 
j Near Avery twenty men. warned to 
{ flee for their llve.«. started down th« 
Jnouiilaln till I'iiey found a <le!irlng., 
Wen,t :ltito 'fefmp and perished. t)n 
Hetzer e reek the Ti men who died had 
been warned to leave. Init they were 
t-oijrifortable In camp, aiid declined to 
mo\e, t)'n Set/.er creek also one man 
who disobeyed orderjs was xjbllged 'to 
slioot himself to ■eBc.ape crematloir, 
while hlH Si), obedient cotnradeM w'ertV 
only singed, 'I'Ue forest service did 
hof employ the 13 me:i kjlled at the 
Big fork of the (."oeul- d'.Mene, and 
these t)>on should be stricken from the 
ll»t of the service's, dead.. On' the 
other hand. Ranger Lee Holllngs- 
head. in the St. Jofr' district, lost I'f 
men, not 14, as at first -reported. A 
homeseeker at St. Joe today describ- 
ed the death of twelve meiv. tnostly 
foreigners, on Bl^i »;reek. Thefte were 
probaJ)ly not fore.ijters. On th.o north 
side of the St. Joe river Jho are»# 
burned o ver- I n 15 milep In Width and 30 
miles long. On the south side uf the 
St. Jofi' river the fifes are very seri- 
ous and extensive. 

Buried Together 

i:i;.'iii*on fire fighters, who .served 
under l-'ore.'?! Ranger Lee .Holllng.^- 
head aie burled at pitman's cabin, 
twelve miles fr'orti Piles' raneh In the 
«t. Joe dlstrl;ct. All that Identifies 
the iiien Is a roughly pencilled card 
bearing the Inscription ••eliBrhtecn men 
liurlcd hero." 

There wifi'f* Scn.Tdlhavlans and Am- 

ferlcuna in the party. -I'here were -6 

men at-the cabin udder the Imhiedlato 

supinvision oi; K4r~Alaloney> Malohey, 

VS.. forbitt, K. R. Kendall, '« jnan 

named Allen, Tom Long and Peter 

Pe.idleton escaped. ' Th'i DIttman 

cabin Is about ;t,000 feet up the niolin- 

I taiii In file Bi.g creek dlHtrict,, artil was 

: iinoiiiided (>n three slfles b.\' dense 

IjMir.Mi.'^, To the north was a plateau 

I that li.iil l>i;i'ii l-iiiiii''d clear. Tlic-rrien 

! that ivscapeil riMiii the criniii folind re- 



Lh to gO on inultl|>lyliiK ibeBf mon8,ter 
ships. 

•'They offer a spleniHd target to itic 
eti^nn'. and the los« of , one of ihoni, 
with nil oa hoard, winild be an ImtViense 
nai.lonal ilisasier. 

■'purlng expertpieiits recirilly earried 
OUT in Aoirt^'CJi. oranges thrown from un 
aornplaiie, )t''fl^'*^'""K —■^forty mlle.s an 
Iiijur struck the bi idgo of a wnrshtp at 
> which tliey Were aiiti'd Thing.s' like 
this should be ample warning that, a 
$l(),OOt».ooii "battleship mi.> be ,eil«pl<id 
tiy «n aeroplane' eoptlng $:!.2fiO. 

•Moreover, since .to aerojii . n 

carry two pnaaenKers. it would lie ea.sy 
to vnrry-44ii.;lb', fif Home .strong explosive 

jln bombs which could be scatferejl over 
an entire fleet '" ' 



<ir Harvard Professor Dead 
CH0CORU. IS'.H., August 26.~Prof. 
Wm.' James, of,4lnr\ard t'nlverslty, 
one Of America's foremost philosot)hers, 
died tooay At' his sy.mmer'home bore. 
Although he had4>ee,n 111 for sotiie time, 
his death .was unexpected. 



Castro's Unsuccessful 'Plot. 
I t'ARACAp, August 26-^The governi- 
1 ment', has puhUJshed a statement.. con- 
cerning, the recent oonsidracy agaliist 
President Vincent (tomex. In which It 
is stated that Capriaijo t'astro. former 
president of Veneniela now In exile In 
Europe was the Instigator of the p1»rt. 
^ sf3t^r of C?a»tro, the statement de- 
clares, guaranteed $30,000 to the con- 
spirators. The statement concH'dea 
by saying that the Castro family have 
t>eon expelled frotri Venezuela, that 
General Ruiz .espajied and that sever- 
al others of the alleged plotters arc 
under arrest. 



year 
circle 



are equal to the number of \ears taken 
to grow a crop. Thus If it takes a hun- 
dred years to bring a. crop of trees to 
maturity there will be a hundred^ areas 
with, trees in every stage of growth, in 
the. circle. The forestry department 
lays out felling areas aqd mark.s tl>e 
trees which ft desires to leave stand- 
ing and the balance Is. offered at ftuc-/ 
tion, to the contractors. If. through the 
difficult, nature of the ground, they do 
not wish to bid on the area, there la 
no other offered that yi>ar. It Is passed 
over. 

All villagers havln.;; grazini. 
the rtghlrr of gatherlrig nr"e~w..M,i ,„i,v 
be oalU*<l, lipon n» nsslwt In .luelllnis un 
outbreak of Hre ,\ rcfUK«'l • ~i 

niay he punluli, ll i.y wlx moiii 
-prlsonment. 

Ml. .Oleudow Hdinitte.j t hn t "t li,' ju.*.- 
lem in this country wb.s m most diffi. tilt 
•one. It viaM made .m^'re dlffk-ii)t hv 
the fact, that the nrehs to !.« inalnialned 
«s fore»,ts were riot as .\et define.l. Tiu.- 
tlfi iv.'ee:<slty was. for.-.si .surv.y »ori.. 
Unrest In India. 

The unrewt in India is n,, ne\\'«(pHp<r 
phsntom ai'-eordlng tu ilm \ i.xltiii.t; ■ .Vn- 
glo-Indlan. H |m dally growlnw nutr. 
acute. It l)egan In Lord Ulpon s time 
when a policy of c«mclllrttlon wh.h ndot)'- 
ed and. ll has lieen fostered liy llii- edii- 
catlonnl system .of the Koverhmeni 
Young men from tixford and <"aml)rt<lRe 
teach the Indian the -aighls of .\laii ' 
as acc-ordlnB tf> Hurke and h- mhu,. ,,,,. 
tui-ally lieglns' to ln^<l--^ ,.ii n 
tlan of (iifse Jights, 

* The awakenliiK of .Iiipan has bad a 
■great effect., lONery Ijabij l>eplii» to 
Imagine himself a .Inpaneae. Tlie hatn\» 
are laying n<lde tin Ir clot lies. jiiittli'iK 
on loin clo'lheM and smcariOK tliem- 
sel'ves with ashe.s, in' fakir-iaiiilHe infe.-t. 
fbie villages and preach .seddlon. Kevo- 
lullnnary organlictttlonH of all kinds flie 
formed. Physical culture chdis ,.tli.:».ttlin 
of~«tU'cl,i is , not physical culture hui 
rioting. «r<- started e\erywheri 

Mr. (Jleaddw^JU»«4»d It illfflcull t., im- 
aglj^e what would liai+f<Pn-4f Hie Hritl.sh 
occjlpailon were withdrawn. India woi.j]d 
re*'ftp«e Into' anarchy until fiimiig men 
WOiLlil_a.prtn«»-up. There woiil.l Miissul- 
nSpn kingiloms In "tljo north n'ml 
Koiftli find the .\meer of ■ .\fglianlstnM 
would have a loolt-ln upon tlie ricjii field 
f<fr loidlng. It winild l>e n wimI.I : ' 
calamity. " » 

Anglo-liidi'ans are vpr.v ltittf.r_ni,'ain.si 
the political ABltutoF of the Keii- llardle 
type. They have done Incalculable mis- 
chief and the end U not yet. 



AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE 



T. t.. Crawford, Manar»r, "Victoria Brancll. 



I ll;4i. Iieri- imt ll 

■|'";ii'I\- Satiird;t 

. ' ■ "w'l- nut ir.'ii. 1 i ' 


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U'ei] aroiiiiii 
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Kootenay Mine Sold . . 

NELSpX, 4iigiis't if..— A deal baa 
Just been made public by which L. B. 
f)rchard, and his jirlnclpala, of Toroi'ito, 
liave bought an l,iiteri?»t In the Ev4hs 
group, situated, In \yhlto- Fish Creek, 
a tributary of the St, Mary's River, 
about twenty miles w<»st of MarysvUJe,. 
for $10,000 The owners' are William, 
and Charlie. ICvahs. of Marysvlll^, 
.lames /-.emmon, of Moylc, and \yilllam 
iVftiA+lan, of Nanalmo. Their claims 
carry copper, gold and silver, while a 
trace of nickel is known to exist. The 
ore Is of rtiedlum grade, the veins run- 
ning iiiearly east and west, through a 
direct forma I I'm. 



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LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

I'liune 77 , P. O. Box 363 



Wf c.'iri ."luppl'. 
rframed slp.sh. k'' ' ' 
f liisli ,dii(>;'" I ll'. ..' 1 re 



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front 



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r>end'le(,.M M- !ii i.. .1 , 1: : .. ! 
j I li. .11. k i.c (1 all ' l. '"' I. i ar li.i.l i 

I l),.|.M liiiriii'ij off i\x> ■ I : '. ' Miiil, I i\ . ,. i 
] ami !iiH shoes. "VVc; could not gel 
I liai'ii to the cabin until \V'od,iPSflay to 
hjMi'. ih. dead. Ten Of the indin were 
I loijinl in A .hollow juiit south of the 



Murderer Moir Recaptured 

TOUONTO, Aug. 2fi. — Mi>l.r, the mur-, 
deier who escaped from Hanilllon asy- 
limi uiih Taggnrt. the wife murderer, 
an.i i.M cauKht'near St. navlds., I1 
no ■ • II In the Central prison. ' It 
' ird,,to keep hini no longer 
.■"is ho Is' regarded 'as a 
• h;u»rter. His removal frorif 
nsyhim was effected secretly, 
'1, ,inedlcal stiperlnt endent. .'iiid 
'•■■ reru.«<ed to dtscil.'i.'.i llie m'al- 
iiri'lerfitii: .! t!i:il II"' ; ■ 



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Unaninnous Support Given l^y People 
of Comnponwealth to Govern- 
ment Measure 



The M^an Who 

Wants 

riis 



Money 



To bring him the bastJ pos- 
sible returns In his' wearing 
ariparel shoiild rely coifislder- 
ai.ly upon the Judgment of 
his clothier; The' Twentlfeth 
Ceht^iry Brand, tve speeiaN 
ize; stands for the very,J«gh- 
eat class, of attire that money 
will, buy In Canada, and ks 
; w;orn by ' huhdi-eds of the 
best dressers In Victoria. 
The new -ionslgnments of 



Aolumn Suits 



Just to Hand 



lieprosent-' tinprecedented 
value. We wish to emphas- 
'is®— Mlti -fa.ct, that in style, 
ijuallty, fit, comfort and ser- 
vice they will -compare with 
t he highest class of custom- 
made suits. Indee<l. they can 
be ■■custom-made" if you 
pj-efer It, tailored to your 
order If you wish. We don't. 
IXowever, think you will need 
a suit tailored to measure if 
you will call and try une.uf 



these new conceptions at 




to $30 




r*ftOMO IT >*»^ 



Wrft J. WILSON 




FRUIT TREES 



"Jlopc spfiiio:.-^ ctcni;'.l — " but a vvisc investment in our« 
Fruit SU^li;> lHar> rc.-i:!;-- vliai can lie i'lroocn aiiil counted 
on. / . 

, \\c. ha\c a fine lot of clean, .liealthy and -ti'Mii; sti.ick to 
pic'k iri'in, ami ii citali it;iic that i^ iiiii>t 'imnrc-'.t iii^^ lu liurti- 



c'lihuri^ls and flower Iii'^i-i: 



I'lee fur the asking;. 



The Vancouver IsIandNursery Co. Ltd. 

SOMENOS 



TO TRAVELLERS AND TOl^RlSTS 



Letters of Crcilif 
jKiyablc in all pas • - > 

if you, coiitemplatc a 
chcajios(, safe 
providiu!.;' 



and Travcllcr-s Checks issued 

f 'liie-W nrld. 



(in'p trip, abroad, the 

.'ind most convenient method of 

\iin!-eli' w'wM funds is by the purchase 



>t 



of either a Letter 



Credit or Traveller's Check 




ern Crown Bank 



K 
J. 



. Campbell 
P. Roberts 



SYDNKV. ~ N.STW.. August ',!6-- 
Throughout the commonwealth aa un- 
animous support Is being extended the 
legislative proposalri of the Fisher ad- 
ministration for the defence of the 
commonwealth amniie bill is hailed 
as most tiOmplote and suitable for the 
necessities of Australia.. ,» 

The people generally accept th« 
principles, laid down. In the biJl, re- 
allzlpg the absolute necossltj- of 
making every Australian up to a cer- 
tain age a qualified defender in tlie 
honr id' need. . . , „ ' 

''Already the fonn'datloti of thii 'great 
scheme has lieen laid by the escelletvt 
Junior and .senior cadet system in 
vogue and the extension of a period of 
drill from the age to 18 to 21 will In a 
short time create the estaliUshmeiit of 
efficient defence measures, reaiiziiig j 
the condition of nffalr.s 'which liOid 
Kitchener contemplated dining lili^i 
recent . insfiectlon of the mill!.i' - 
forties of Australia.. 



Godfrey Booth, Manager 



- - ..(General Manager 
Supt. of. BtC. Branches 

- ' m, . , - V - A''ictoria Branch 



STORE FOl^jJlEr^T 

LARGE STORE ON CAK LlNb in James Bay. Good 
irig for gracer. Rent . . ; 

■ SIX RO'OM FLAT . / 

LARGfi SIX ROO.W FLA r over tiu .ih'.;. modern, electric 



npp,.n- 

.$25 



light, gas and new gas range. 
month 



phi ni hi Hi 



Kent, per 
$25 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 



to TROUNCE 

WKNIJE 



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'! \ hini and prl' ... • 

• M... V' rtrd at the' < '■ 
\\\\\ be kept in ac<''.ii .i,i.i n,,:. ; 
the criminal Insane at Mattewan. 



Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



Against Imperial Senate 

I,i'l.\'I)n~' '. ''' '...c.!,!! V 
I; \\ i tin. l.'.i: 



says I I .illoM 01 

nice It .\..ni.: ... ,•■ .,,,,;. .i,..,., .,,,.i . ..., ...aise of 1 
colonies In one great senate and to have l^rlangerbiis. 



io was 



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.lughan Coming 
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recalled from Mnri- 

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Saturday, August 27, 1910 



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VICXpRIA DAILY 



COLONIST 



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THE 



New Styles in Men's Hats 



FOR AUTUMN— ^ 



T- 



Arc en <li-~|il;i\ . 'I'licx :•l■■|l|■l•-^(•lU ;ill the nii'>t i'a\i'rti! (.nldr 
^ ainl -.liaiH'- a-- wi^ni in llic l.ir|,;<' i'.a-.tcin citic-^. 



A-^k Ti I ■-i;i ill. 
in '-^l!l hats. 



• TK* )TTI'.i\," llu- leailiii'' Aim. r'caii .--lyK- 



FINE FINESSE IN ,' 
FENCING FARWT 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON k CO.. Ltd. 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Director H14 Government Street 



ayor Claims Cliineso Maiket 
Gardener, Gained Six Feet ot 
Civic ■ Roadway — jOther 
Claims . ' ' ' ,"" , 
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ri<'p,ausc~T*miiesc 



:-\r- 




Wedding Presents 



Ottoii ' tl'B a ' aiffkijlt task to 
know exactly what will be ap- 
preirlable to the young couple. 
Few things, however, in inexpen- . 
8iv(^ gifts to eijual a jz: 






Thermos Tea Pot 



Both handsome and useful — an 
unrivalled device for afternoon 
teas. Price each $7.50. 



■■#"'T^^*^ 



CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 

Tels. 425 and 450 1228 Government Street 






ap- 




The Man at the Bat may 
be caught OUl on 
his third strike,. 

but 

EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL to light the F^R8,T STRIKE. "As sure as the dawn of 

tomorrow." ■ _ ' 

Sixty years of experience have brought Eddy's Matches to the 
ACME of PeRFECTION... The famous' -SUent." 

Also KdUy's Paper Woodenware. i'lbreware. Palls, Tubs and 'Vlrasb- 
boards., - .■ . 

Mitchell Bros., SelliniJ Agents, Victoria and Vancouver 



land Tourur7rgo<''il ' ' ^ ' ' '•''J^j^''"'* 

a.iid incn-ed The fi^K'c .-^in I''' ' '" '"" 
the roadway of Quadra 'L.t, ili<i' ■ 
a Vcqucsl that tht^ city l)a.v i i'- ^L''"'. 
^vhi.•l., according to Mayor ^Morley h In- 
formation, it already owns; ■ lh« ^^H-i 
.•HKiia'.-r subuuitcd a plan of the sec- 
liui, .a guadra street at the meeting 
Ml- ih, streets, bridges and 3C>v£rs com- 
luUt.'c last night, showing iho Btre<:'t 
just north of Topaz avenue. 
the engineer reported as follows: 

Quadra street on the south silde of 
Toi.az- avenue is registered 66 foet wide 
aiul on the north side Is registered t.0 
feet wide, continuing that width for a 
dlstauce of 500 feet, where It Isasam 
registered. 66 feet _ . _ . 
-Captain Mcintosh o«SS lot. M, just 
east of Quadra street and north or 
Topaz avenue. This lot' projects t 
feet on Quadra street, or. In other 
words, Quadra street is registered CO 
feet at lot 2!). There Is therefore a jog 
In the east side qtf Quadra f"-eet. At 
the present time the jog is Immateria , 
but when the local Improvement w(u:k 
l8 to be done the land will be expro- 
priated; I would recommend that 
nothing be done at the present time 
"Ivitir me fr toot 1»C^lp-^>£ Jand o" t"® 
west side of lot 29. ■ ■■ 

Attached is a letter from A. R. An- 
derson In fererence to lot 32. Juf east 
of lot 29, owned by t'aptaln Mcintosh. 
Mr. Andenson's letter suggests that the 
i4Us-*»«y for *^1^«* portion of land requir- 
ed to make the adjacent .street 66 feet 
wide I would recommend that no 
action be taken in the matter at pres- 
ent until the widening of thl.x street is 
done under Ipcal Improvement Initia- 
tive . 

Mavor Morley statea that he had 
been "informed that the original plan 
showed a width of 66 feet. Chinamen 
who leased the land had mov«!d the 
fence for six feet, having found that 
the Itind was gobd. On the strength 
of the fence being removed a new plan 
was afterward.s filed, which showed the 
road but 60 feet wide at this jog. 

The matter wiU be investigated be- 
fore any action is taken. 

Another similar <tueation dealt with 
was a re^ttbest from a landowner of 
Niagara street for, payment of $200 for 
nine feet of land where the street was 
set back to straighten it. The owners 
of the adjolnlhg \Qt!\ had ifjven the land 
and the city laid a sidewalk. ■ Th. 
owner of the lot In .question will be 
notllled that It he i.ersists in his de- 
mand the sidewalk opposite his prem- 
ises will be torn up and his fence 
moved back to the original position. 



CIVIC LABOEcRT" 



Polar Airship Expedition 

'nu>XI>HJ10.M, N'orwiiy, .\iiKuat 26. — 
The Hteutner King Harold luliigw word 
)r the Zeppelin alrslilp party In thy 
Arctic. Count Zeppelin is making a 
Htudy of polar condltiiins prepkralory 
tu attempting to reaeVi the PuK^ in onu 
o]' hi.s diriglbleK, The party is In po.s- 
seaaion of land on Wood'n Hay, where 
they have erected conifortal)!c quarters. 
- - -♦ — ^- 

Chaos in Nicaragua 
NKW OKI.KA.N'S. I ,a , Aui,;. T, 
TThoITlciur advlees icr.'iv.d luniKlu 
from ManaBun, indicate lliai nmre or 
less ciraotlc ct>n«""ons prevail lliruuKli- 
loii ,1 large part of IS'lraragiia. a.-; a 
icsidt of (he uppo«.itton, whii li ihv 
( '..nsi r\ ,it i\ .• party is said to I"- ;.'U- 
int; f.. It).' plan to, make (iencral ,!iian 
l',,-li a.lo prr,-idcn/ 

state of'Tradje 

\i;\\ Vi'Kk, .VuKu.st 26. — Hrad- 
; I . : 1 !(■ I, TM".'. will say: Home trade 
rMiiiinms u. ,»'.\pand at the leading 
niiii4l\'"(s. Food .K>rop advices are niore 
favoraM'' 'V)u' iron and Bteel trade 
reiMu I disii)a\ a better .undertone. 
The uiovenKOl of wheat' is h&avy.- 
JiQwe.V.CiVthe general Hitnalloil_f£nmi,ns 



rather IrrcKular and current trade re 
ports the country, over are not tnil- 
formly favorable. Business failures in 
the United States for the week entllng 
Augttst 2S were 235, against 222 last 
week, 201 in the same.„.week of 1909. 
Business fatlures in Canada for the 
week ending with Thursday last num- 
ber 35, compared with 26 for the same 
-week Ikst -year. 

: ♦ 

STEAMER CAPSIZES 

Disaster Occurs to Harvest Queen in 

Mid-Ocean — Passengers and Crew 

Saved. 



Spend Part of 

Today at 

"Campbells" 




Spend Part of 

Today at 

"Campbells" 



SPECIALS FOR TODAY 

Clcaranee of Summer Blouses and Neckwear 



BREMEN, Germany. .Vugust 26— 
News that the steamer Harvest Queen- 
turned turtle in mid-ocean was brought 
to p*)rt today by the liner Koenlgen 
Louise. All the passengers and mem- 
bers of the crew are safe, having been 
picked up off the Azores by the Louise, 
which landed them here today. 

Lookouts on the Louise sighted small 
boats tossing In the heavy seas off 
Fayal. The steamer lay to, dropping 
her cutters to the water. On reaching 
the j.m^ll craft, the rescuers found 
soiruT of the passengers huddled to- 
gether, while five members of the crew 
took turns guiding the boat and watch- 
ing for passing vessels. Several of the 
party were delirious from exposure and 
lack of water. • 

Some of the other boats from the 
Harvest Qtieen had already landed af- 
ter undergoing great hardships. These 
were also picked -Up and Lroughl tO 
Bremen. ■ — ~ — - — ■-. — 








White Lawn And 
* Mull Blouses 

Embroidered fronts and lace 
yokes. Regular up to $2.90. 
Special today , ... 90c 



Cord and Chiffon Ruchings, 4 and 8 pieces ln">i. bojc. 
Regular 35c. Today lO< 

Also Neckwear, Including tMiantecler and Dollar 
Princess Collars. Lace Stocks and h ^ncy La wns, 
In colored and white. Regular 75c To- 
day U*^ 

Ascot Coilar«-ln hello, pink, sky; cham and white. 
Regular 35c. Today . , a."S<» 



A Fen/ Colored 
Tailored Blouses ^ 

— 1 

Up to $2.90. Today. . 90c 



THE COLONISll HAS ALL THE- NEWS 



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Alfalfa Hay for Cows 

* rWe have just recely«d a, few c?irs' from California, thla Is the finest 
BBllk pJ-oducer known. Place your Orders early as hay is on the rise. 

SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Yate»St..Tei.4i3 



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llUlA 





AUTOMOBILE 
ARGAINS 

At this time of the year, many bargains can be had 
in second hand cars. If vou are in the fietd^for a car. 
and cannot afford a new one, let ns «;ho\^? vnu over 
some of these secondhand ones, all in perfect running 
order, at less than half their usual price. 



Western Motor and Suppiy Co., Ltd. 

R. P. GLARK, Mgr.- 
Phone 695. . 



Broad Street. 



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vm ' mrimr wr ii w min ' r ■ nm mm t fmm'mm n Ki-.jmm 



Claim Tbey Need More Money 
Owing to Increased Cost of 

""Living— Matter is lelt by 
GoLincH to Engineer 



Overflowing With Bargains 



]■' rtiinate ptrrc-Ua.ses iefta:fe|e9 «s^ offer Specials at N^Ver 
Ivqiianed Prices. You'll proiltm«>re^iuin you realize by buy- 
inc;- here today. - ' .. 

China Bread Plates, each loc 
Large Galvanized Pails.. 20c 
Hand Saws, each ..'.., j" .25c 
-Key Hole Saws^ each. . .15c 
Mouse Traps, 2 ^pf . . . . . '. 5c 
Rat Traps, 2: for. . .\ .... 25c 
Brooms, heavy, each... 25c 
Copper Bottom Boilers, 

' icli . ."$1.50 

llcAvy Tin Boi'e.^: . ,. $1.00 
Fish Boilers, fa. 50c 

'.S. — 3 Boxes Toilet Soap, a' rc;il fli'sh hciut ii'icr, all for 2."><" 



Glass Wash Boards at.. 40c 
Brass Wash Boards a;t.»,40C 
Heavy Zinc _Wash '^Boardg 

at . . ; . V '..... ...'.2SC' 

! ) M : , ! 1 Cleaner, 3 for < * . i 450 
Pels Naptha Soap;:, ^" for 25c 
Wirf Clothes T !ne«. v.uh 1,5c 

Clothrs Pins. ... .'TOO 

Hn»wn G!,iss Pitchers, 

|inU-, ^■.^^^\^ ,. . . . . JI5C 

Odd Plates, _] inr..j... .loc 



HALLIDAY CLYDE CO., LTD. 



Phone 855 



Tinsmithing, etc. , 558 Johnson Street 



The increased cost of living, rislpK 
quicker thin the Increase In wnges, re- 
sulted In a plea presented to th. 
streets, bridges and sewers committee 
Of the cltv. council last night, for nn 
advance in wages. A letter from th( 
Lab6rers' Union stating 'that the cost 
of llvHng !n-Vl€torla has Increase! 
from 50 to 100 per cent., whle the In- 
crease In wages Is only 10 per cdnt.. 
and stating that the members of the 
union have tlfielr homes Ih the city an<l 
their earnings are spent here, was re 
f erred to the cUy engineer, who re 
ported as follows: .' . 

"The. tmlon suggests the f^llowlp;; 
schedule of wages: Responsible fore 
men. $4.00; engineers, $3.50; black- 
smiths, $3.50; rock drillei«S, $3.00; 
laborers. $2.75. The rate v>f wages in 
the city at the present time vares from 
$2.25 to $5.50 Trer day for the -classes of 
labor mentioned above. 

"The average wftg» for each (Matis of 
work is -«s follows: Responsible fore- 
men, $3.50 to $5.50; engineers, $3.50; 
blacksmiths, $3.50; rock drillers, $2.75; 
laborers. $2.50. The men engaged on 
the water works receive on an average 
25 cents per day less than the pay, on 
other works. The prices suggested b.\ 
the laljpr union are approximateiy .':ii' 
cents a day higher thri.n those paid b. 
the wnter wnrKSr^ani.appro.vlmatel.. 
25 cents per day higher than those paM 
oth(«T corporation men. Whflc I aui 
not as conversant as some of the mcni 
hers of the committee With the dffer- 
ence in the cost of living at the ptes 
ent times and In former, tlmeij; I be- 
lieve that- the prices suggested by the 
union are reasonable. ' especially it 
prices are to be taken for the stand.nril 
for first class men in tach ola^^s Of 
work." ■ ■ . ,•.,!.", 

Mayor Morley stated that the iliatter 
of pay was In the hands of the englm- 
eer and whenever men were fouml 
worth higher pay than the lowest wage 
it was given thi-m. Men were pnld 
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l)Ul iti<?re WHS Hothlnsr In the foot note 

to l)i«'Vv':it liliii I'rom bL'Utliig his wifo 

i>r ouirvlng htw vhlUlron. Ho iuuhH 

not. yi'll liquor, but Im t'OiiliI well aii- 

iiUi'iiiU'il aiHi uriwlioloHoino food, llo 

WHS I'orblililoM to play Kauu's of 

ihaiioc, but ho iiilKht t'.Jiout In a lioiVio 

trailn. 'I'lils In to say, thoMe tliliig.i 

wiMi' tint lorbldiU-n lii tho foot notcj 

thognh 1jo\oiu| iiuoslloii llicy wefo In 

llie riiloa whu'li tlio i\olo jn'ofossed to 

inti'i-iir>;'t tunrin tho obHgivtIoii iissiim- 

od by ovory jiltsoii who look tho vowa 

<>nt« p*"!- "'' t'liiirch meinlHTsfhlp. Thus, by what 

00 couiB utT '''"^ note oontiiined ood what It omlt- 

1 tod the stulemon't was a .siunibllng 

lOUi of luchbiocif," while uny such m.'ihod of 

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of I'ttuiida, exoi'pi tbo olty Or Muburtiaa j by nuiliy to be an ubiidgiiii'ul ul tludr 
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riera, ur i!,i' I'l.U.a iviiiKd'-'in at ilio iiidi\'idual consoKoiioo to ooOoshifJllonl 
lullowiiij,- lu'bs: 

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Saturday, August 27, 1910 

BRITISH FEDERATION 

i;. i;riiit(h I'cderatioii we do not 
1. ' 1 Imperial Federation, but what 
stilus a necessary preireQijt^UQ to.any 
svcli stop, namely the reorjfanlzatlou 
(.1? the United Kingdom oii fedenil 
lines, Thei present Union- >va8 not the 
outcome of •welk- considered statesmuii"^ r 
ship, but rutlier a temporary ' expedi- 
ent to meet the exigencies of \i case 
lor which /there seemed to be no otlier 
solution. Two centuries ago whtn 
Scotland was united ' to EnglancLJin 
one parliament, antj a century ago, 
when' Ireland was added to Great 
Britain, iJie federa^ principle was lit- 
tle understood. In the case of Irc- 
laniS. there was .the experiment then 
in progress in -the United States to 
st-rve as an- example, but it had not 
yet proved such a apccess as^lo In- 
spire confidence in it ff applied to 
other countries, and moreover the 
legislative Union of Scotland with 
Krigland had proved everything good 
that was expected of it. Even in uur 
own day (he idea t>f federal union has 
not been favorably entertained by all 
statesman. It i^ known that Sir John 
Macdonald would have preferred ^ 
legislative > Union of British North 
America. The statesmen of South 
Africa have not adopted the federal 

._principle. Nevertheless ,the federal 
Idea seems to be making rapid heiad- 
•vray in tiie United- Kingdom. The 
Montreal Witness lately dealt with 
the Subject in the foliowing language: 
Is it to l)e' givj?n to the Scotch to 
.eolve the question 'of home rule? 
From the beginning'- we have been able 
to see only one logical solution to that 

'question. To be sure British consti- 
tutiojaat questions htive 8eldt>m been 
solved logically. It has heen-the mak- 
ing of thelSrlttiSIi constitution that the 
Anglo-Sflixort' la Virniihg to be llfoglail, 
and to come to terms in any way that 

the illOKfcal SassenacIi^cQul^' not vcty 
>vell see that Ireland, shotild htiVe a 
separate igovermrnentjtist because . she 
cried for. It. for wha;i was ' Were To 



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u II h. 'Ill tulich 

"i .1 rvhtiT- 

' ■ ''''■• ' ;,. II. ■ was ainall.' 

■ ■ '!•. . i .'m i/aiue hartl 

,lo got rid. oi' i; ii wua feared tluji. 

tho abrogatbiu .; t.he pAt'e vVould bo 

i-eg!irded as an (.uinouncement that 

the .church \\'u^ .lowering the stand- 

iirdi?, and no longer objected to any 

or "all the practices niontlnnrd. 

NatiiriuMy" the earnest- hien ;:,.i - i- 

nien who • -ifeslred .tbK?>" ohuri i. \-< bo 

more serious and pious, and the nit-in- 

bers less frivolous wished to avoid 

action which would be understood as 

lowering the Ideals , of their society. 

This excusable and perhaps Justillj- 

able caution has kept the note In ita 

pictce" these many year^.v 

"Now the inde-^ expurgatorius disap-* 
pears and in its pluee is the state- 
ment proi^osed by* Dr. Andrews, pro- 
fessor of chemistry in Mt, Allison 
college, who wH+f^rerhaps be remem- 
bered as long in connection with the 
solution, of this controversy as for his 
educational work. There is surely no 
lowering of the standard but i-athor a 
call to the highest Christian life ,ln 

this «tp t*.>»nf^»it ■ ^ 



this Sjtatement: 

"For as much as those rules are to 
be Interpreted by the enlightened 
Christian conscience, according to tho 
principles ol^JChristlan liberty reveal- 
ed in God's word, our members are 
earnestly adm'onished that they guard 
w-ith great care their reputation aa 
servants of phri.st. and in the case of 
those amusements and practic»»«, 
which are of a hurtful and queatiiMi- 
able tendency they engage, in none 
injurious to their spiritual life or 
Incomimtible with their allegiance to 
Jesus Christ, their Master." 



iS IN FAVOR OF 

CHUR CH UAflOW 

(Continued from Page i.) 



hinder Wiles, or -Cofn wall, or North.: 
umbria t,o can^.for it next? it ire- 
land td to be again a country, why not 
Scotland The trouble wa.-n tliat the, . - -— 

Scotch, thfmgh locally as patriotic as t'j','"'"''^' meetings for consideration, and 
d„, ^ > '""-"'J as pavriono. as ; the annual coi^ierence of 1311, for coii» 

any people on earth, were not dlscou- ; slderatlon, and adoption, or rejection, 
tented, aind made no outcrj- for home i ^^^ confi»rehce to report their decisions 
.rule that amounted to anything. TherJ^ -S>^^Zd^:Si;i:i?;e"S^'S^^' 



ments should be sent down to the peio- 
ple of the church. They should be 
sent down without being endorsed and 
the conference sShoUld trust to the in- 
telligence of the rank and file of 
Methodlsrrt.. As the basis of union 
evidently did not meet with the ap-\ 
proval of all the* deleigates -ft . should 
not be carried.- By approv,lng now 
the' conference would tie its hands 
when the time for qi finarl consumma- 
tion came about, as it would be un- 
able to proppse amendments to a bas- 
1* which It had already, endorsed. By 
passing- the basis now the people of 
Uie church would become dlsintograt- 
-ed. It was for the people to decide 
what" shmrtdv' be done on sucb if Yno- 
mentpus issue.. 

The vote'^vas then taiken and' Veeult- 
ed. a3B stated above. ' 

*■ Adoption Recommendations 

T^e remaining: recommendations of 

the ;report of the committee on -church 

union .were adopted, at. the evening 

session ..-Kithoat amendment as tol- 

low^S: . • 

Also that we further recorhthend the' 

^general conference to send the dacu- 

mentu of the Ij.asis of urilon agreed 

U|)on by the Joint committee, to the 

district meetings for consideration, and 



fs, however, now safd to be a serious 
Beottiah movement . In that direction. 
Should Scotland and Wales make vlgr 
orcus demands for hoipe rule thtre 
inight -be evolved a federation of the 
United Kingdoin. Tills' idea. Would 
probably have been appealed to long 
ago had It been easy to see how it 
could be happily worked out.' Parlia- 
ment ts greatly overtaxed "with ■ de-' 
mapds for ^legisl ation, now 



'Tot. Hie 
United' Kingdom, now for Ireland, now 
for Scotland, now for ^Wales, now for 
a trolley line and ' how fer a town 
pump sotnewhere. How It gets through 
it' before parliament devolved a large 
part of its powers and a larger part of 
its duties on c.ountj' councils is" v. 
. greater • m.vstery. Certain It is that, 
■n'lthout any useless legislation hero 
Is work ' enough for a group of local 
legislatures, with pletaty of imperial 
matter left for . parllamfent to attend 
to. This would make the Westminster 
hou.ies more directly imperial than 
they are npw, and WoUld opehUheway 
I' representation in them. of the over- 
ly a.s domintions.' ^tmSe advantages 
tave always been obvious to all. 
Against them 1« the erioromous dis* 
propr.rtlort there would be between 
the various members of the InsuLar 
federation. England befing ihx- niore 
Important ' in every way than al} the 
r flier members put togetlier. Could 
1 be divided and the Ueptftrchy 
J. .stun-d? By that process there wou^ld 
b<^ some sort of balance between the 
different states, But, though" France 
has been able to ftpcoinpllah s\jch 
< hanges, to the 4)tact(ical Knglishman 
tliat is, a flrc'irn which It Would be'' ab-r 
f-i;rd i.'i aitcMii.t to materialise. 

, A METHODIST DECISION. 



to the general conference spec-lalcom- 
mitree, Immedlatelv after the close of 
the conference of IDll. 

Also, further, that tho general con- 
ference authorize the general con- 
ference special committee, after, the re- 
ports of decisions and votes on the 
propo.sed basis of union havp beeir re* 
ceived from the annual conference, If 
the reports fi-om-the annual ' confer- 
ences warrant iauch action, further to 
send the documents of the basis, of 
union to the tiuarterly, offlcinl boards 
■a**! — a.' i jo to — the — motribo rahlp of the 



"Thf .Vli'tli'Kii^'t (Ji'iif.ra 
Is making: chiir< li liLstnr;. 



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requiring a Jii: 
Hat mentioned 



■nseiunlious 

^ note un- 

luuctices and 

ti to be regard - 

1' general rules 

"dly life. This 

iMif amusements 



which many xMethodists believe to bo 
harmless, and left out many iiractices 
which are admittedly improper. Mem- 
T>cra were forbidden to go to a circus. 
but not to a prizefight. They mu»\' 
]iot .SCO a horse race, "but th(;j» wercf 
not admonished against cruelty to 
aaiinal.s. A Mcthodl.st might iMt danfi; 



church far consideration and adoption 
or rejection, during the year 1911-12. 
th«i results of the decisions and votes 
of ■quartei'iy official boards- and of th> 
m embers hi r. to be reported in \HZ and 
transmitted through the district meet- 
ings and annual dopferences of 1912 to 
the general conference srwciar commit- 
tee, -which shall further be authorized. 
If the tabulated results df all the vot- 
ing of annual conferences, (luarterly 
official boards and the membership of 
tbe church, seem In the judgment of 
the general conference special commit- 
tee to warrant further actio n, in Its 
discretion to call a spe^Mal meeting of 
the general conference, further to con- 
sider the matter of cohsiimmatlng the 
proposed unipn. ' 

Memorial of .Alberta eonfererice ro 
union with the. ev,im>,'«'llcal association. 
Your committee make the foUowinK 
recorhmeitdatlona: 

Whereas It is deslrtible, espeeially In 
the newer districts,/ where population 
Is very scattered^ to conserve all 
Chri.stlnn forces \^s much as possible; 
and whereas In/mnny portions of our 
coyntry, there/Is much, overlapping on 
the part of oiir work and that of, the 
evanpr ' ociatloii; and whereiis 

the e\ .il .'Lssocl.-itbin in doctrine 

find policy iy in snhsi 'i . .n. ni 

with the 'Metliodi.st c.li 
.Therefore we reconmninl that 'the 
general conference declare Itself In 
favor of approaching the said body 
with a view to organic union, and 
horeby 'aiithorize out* gonoral ioirwrln- 
teiideiit to open negotiations with the 
i.said evangelical aR.^oclation, with .such 
object whfinin the oplnkm 'if tho gen- 
eral conference .special oommitteo the 
time .seem.s opportune so to do. 

Explains Paragraph 

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Ki-aphH t'l: |l|,.,t 

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lerent c'.nfen-i iriVt boards and 

(Infllly boi'nre ' rfrij-r-ifiiiris' of (he 

church 

■ .' A nil . ■ r . 'Ml!..!., 

the time Ihut the basi.s of union should 
be submitted to the congregations were 
mo\'ed. One speaker, the Ilev. (j. pat'- 
win. of Reglna. considered that the 
question of union hrtd been ho long in 
the air that it was about time that It 
was brought down to the ground. 
There Were congregations holilltiK' 
back the work of the church M-altlng 
for the consummation of this tnove- 
nii'iit. TUu chun li aliould init ilself in 



harmony with tho resolution already 
i)ussed on union. 

Rev. Dr. \V. R. Young, of Montreal, 
deprecated any union which did not 
receive the vote of the iienple in tiie 
church. The. chm-eh ineinbors were 
awalllng the ;, itlon of the general con- 
ference. Two j-tnirs time was not too 
loiiK for the peijpic to dlscuaa thin im- 
portant ijueMtluri. There w*re many 
pn'JudlccM to be iiver<>onie. The, city 
wbloh lie cunu' from (.iMmitreal) wa.s 
not as stroiiK In faviu- of Ho- niovenuMU 
as \va« generally thouglit 

The Uev. Ur. H. 1', ft«iM>, nf 'I'oruMtn, , 
said that If- the moveiru-nt waK uut j 
consutninated In two years' time he had ( 
grave frai's for tho outt'oni<'. ! 

Tlu> aiiienilnK'nts were dclr.iU'.i auil 
thi' rvpiirt adopted In loto. 

I'ho folliiwing Ki'J.l<.'ral r.inlri ,.iui- 
i.i.unniitliH> wan appointed' to a. 1 .luiui;^ 
ib'c on.sulng (iiuidi-l(>nuliuu-. l''ioni 'j'oi- 

(Milo .confi'rrnce; oio|-|oal, lti-\ . W. 11. 
I llncks. 1 ». I •.. \iv\ . .1 .\ KiiiiKin, I i I i . 
Ia,\ nieii, .Mr. \' W Huwcjl. 1\. r,, iLm. ' 
IC. J. Davl.-i, 1 1. 11 I'honiaH . l^rawfoi d. 
London coni'i I rill-. cU'rlcal, llfv.' H 
-Millyard, Rev. J. li", Kord; la.\'u,ivu. Mr. , 
C^. Na.vlor. ■ lianitllvtn, roni'iTrn. . , 
clerical. u\\i-\ .1 ( ; Antfllii. 1 ' \< 
laynu'ii.Mr. .M ^< .--i-hi-l!., .M. r \!i .1 
li, . Reyn,olds, ii. .\ r...\ .i! ijmn!.. ,mii 
fe'rence.' clerical, i(. v w il i:niMi<-.\, 
laymen. Mr. w II Hopper. Mr.' T. k. 1 
i>'i''lyiin. MiHiiii-il lonferencw, clerical, 
•Rev. C. S. Deepi-ose. Rev. W. I'hIlpB; | 
la.vmen, Mr. C; W. I'ate, K. C. Ka.nlern ' 
conferences (cornprbslng .\'eW "^runa- J 
wick and Prince 1-^1 ward Isljind, NoVH ' 
Scotia _a«d NewfoundlamU clerical, | 
Rev. H. Sprugue, J,). D., Rev. G. ' 
J. Bond,' B. A.; ' inynien, , Hon. H. 
J. B. Woods. W^estern conference | 
((jomiprising M'anitbba Alberta, Sas- | 
katchewan and British Columbia)! 
clerical. Rev. j. \y. Sparling. U.I).; | 
Rev. R. N. Powell; laymen. Mr. -Ifi. 
Michner. J. F. Mlddlemlss. ' 

Delegates to the Methodist Episco- 
pal church conference South havTr 
been- appointed as follows: Clerical, 
Rev. Dr. S. F. Rose, of Toronto and 
lay. Mr. G. F. Johnson, of Montreal. 

'I'he two lay vacancies on the board 
of missions were filled as follows;- Mr. 
\V. H. Lambley, J^-oranto and Mr. C. B. 
Keenlyslde. Reglna.-- ■ 

Farewells were aald to the confer- 
ence yesterday by the Rev. Dr. H. H. 
Di*Bols. delegate from the Methodist 
KpLscopai chtirchea South, U. S, A. and" 
by Biahoij Hond 'delegate from the 
Japan Methodist church. Both of 
them spoke appropriately wishing the 
Methodist Church of Canada all pros- 
perity In the great work It had un- 
dertaken in the dealing with the prob- 
leriia with' which it was confronted. 
Committee on Education. 

Report number two of the commit- 
tee on education one of the' most im- 
portclnt to come before the cdnfererice, 
will be presented in the course of tan. 
day's sessions; The report Is append- 
ed: • , . 

Re Memorials 7, 8, lO, 11, 12,. 13,. 14 

15, 16, 20, 21, 22, we Recommend: 

Whereas it is of supreme iinport- 
ance to the >velL being of our church 
that the teaching in ;all oiir colleges, 
echools and Institutions should be in 
accord with the srtandardVs of doctrine 
and artlcUrs of religion set forth in 
Our discipline, and also that the pro- 
fessors and teachers in said colleges 
schools and Institutions be -protected 
in the free and proper dlpchiirge" of 
their duty, we recommend the fol- 
lowing. .. . ., • ' 
Insert the following clatjp6 In dis- 
.cJldine after paragraph :;79. as 27l»a: 
No teuoliing ;or preaching -shall be 
allowed in any college, "fcc'htKTr' or othlfei' 
connexlonal -edUeation Institution nor 
.shall any person teach or be permit- 
ted to teach therein, any doctrine con- , 
trary to or Incons'lsttspt with the sUin- i 
dards or doctrine atkl af tides of re- 
ligion of tiie Methodist church and it 
-shall be thor duty, of the governing! 
pej-sofla, boards, presideiits and other 
chief officers of such colleges, schools ' 
and Institution to see that thls^ro- 
'' \iaion is strictly obSer\'ed, * 
Insert a lie u — pmrrgraph In Dted- 
pllne after Piaragraph 254 as. J^o. 254a, 
as follows:, , . < 

(1) Whenever a specific complaint , 
is made in writing and slgped by five ' 
members or ministers of the Metho- '' 
dlat^-^t^hurcli. charging a Professor 
lecturer or teacher In any college, 
school or other connexlonal educa-r 
tional Institution with teaching or 
preaching, or . .with- diS8emlnatli>^i 
views or teaching contr'arv to or in^ ' 
conaistent with the standards of ^c- 
trlne or. articles, of religion oP^ thei 
Methodist church to the ' governing 
peraons» Boards, presidents or any 1 
(dlief officer of such cfrflege, school or i 
institution of wiUeh the person charge i 
ed is a professor, lecturer^ or teacher, 
the said governing perstms or Ijoants 
of HUch college, school or Institution 
shall be called together Immediately i 
and such coiqplaint or- charge shall be j 
laid before It or them, and the said ' 
governing perso;i8 or bOards shall at I 
once consider stild complaints and If in 
their or Us Judgment the said com- 
plaint or corhplalnts Is or are of a se- 
rious charjlcter. the -said governing] 
persons or board shall forthwith 
transmit the said complaint dr com- 
plaints to the board of education 
for action thereon as hereinafter pro- 
vided. In case the complaint Is not 
considered of a serious character as In 
this clause provided the said govern- ■ 
ing person,? or board may refuse to ' 
Entertain it. in which case the com- I 
plaints may appeal to the court of 
appeals as. In the case of appeal from I 
decisions of presiding officer's, and- 
In case the court of ajipeal Is of the i 
opinion tKat the eomplajnt 16 of a! 
serious character the -said governing 1 
person.^ or board sh^all forthwilh for- \ 
ward it to the board of education as 
in this clause provided. , - | 

<2). The board of education shall : 
upon receiving any complaint or c6m- ■ 
plaints from any college board under 
th<' [.rovi.slon of-ibt» paragraph select 
five persons, being ministers of good 
repute for their knowledge of <|UeB- 
tlons of doctrine who .shall constitute 
tht' ccmimlttce of trlnl In the case, and '< 
iiatnr. thf pn-.siding officer -who .shall 
' '■ "'"■ "'' "i'' n-neral Huperlntendeui 
ami ivho .-^liall baveal.l the' powers and , 
duties belonghiK tu snld offk-or. _' . | 

AU the principles and procedure re- 
lating to triabs. a.s set forth in -the 
dl.sclpline. «hall mutatis mutandis be 
followed- . . " ■ * : 

(3) If n.r« ii'>-«on against Wftoni the 
complai/u I, bs a minister or' 

probation : Ui, ministry, of the! 

Mftb.j.ijist cliurch, either ihr rompl.iln- i 
abt.s or thr- rifTHoiiM "'omidiilned 
!iKaili.s1 ina>- 
KiVctl In fc.';i.. 

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loi-vvard .n. cop.v of their, tleclslon in ; 
tho complainant, the part.v complain- I 
ed against, and the college hoard of I 
which the party complained against Is 
n professor, lecturer, or teacher. j 

Amend paragraph 2,S4 of dl.sclplin-' i 
by inserting a new sub-parasraiih at-, 
tor sub-iiara.ifraiih (3) ;ih follows: i 

Tn i.-is,. a r Muplalnl Is received b.\ | 
the l">aril fiom aiiy collogo hoard, as i 
providf-d in paragraph i:,'i4a, the board ' 
^hall ;i|ipoint a (■onunUt<H' of trial !i.'< , 
linn-ided In said luiiagniph and nam.' 
the presiding offlctT thereof. i 

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Mail Orders 


vSciid jour 


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by mail 


to us 


and have 


tliem 


filled 


where 


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habit 


to fill 


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orders 


right. 






Newest Ideas in 
Mali Racks . 
■ M^ll Seats ^ 
Hail M.irrors . 



Is Always fo Ec round Merc See Present Display 



w , u. ^"''^ tiiaj^^irst impressions" are favorable— pay more auciuioii to. the furnishiiiP- of the hill 
Make this room attractive, for it is often ttseu>nly room that some yisitora. see,-aml anyway fif^t impref- 

There's so much attractive Hall Furpiture iamd£ nowadays that the matter of attractively furnishine 
thi.v room i.-^ an edsy one. Especially is it easy if voii get the necessary items at this .store— we make 'it 
easy choosing and easy paying, for the prices are easy. ^ 

Gome in and see what we offer, not onlyjn fm-nitjiirc, bitt in floor coverings, hanffinjrs and other fur. 



nishlngs. 

Hall Ra cks 

You'll i^j-tainly like Our hall racks 
and the prices at yvhich they ape mark- 
ed. Tliere's a goodly choice of designs 
an<i prices, and We have them in either 
f^old'cu or Early English , finished oak. 
,In Golden Elm' at $14.00 t... $12.00 
Ih Golden Oak at .$40.00 to. . .SI8.60 
In Early English Oak . at ^^30.00 to. . . , 

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. Hail Seats . 

The combination of Jiall .seat and hall 
mirror is much- favored by niatjy, and 
to ■ niect this demand we show some 
very attractive styles in either goldep 
or Early English finished oak." 

These are of neat and attractive de- 
sign and made in best manner. Try 
one for your hall. 

fn Golden Oak from. . . $8.00 

In Earlv English Oak at .S30.00 to. ... . 

$16.00 



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Hall Mirrors 

You need a mirror in the hall, and if 
you hayen't a hall rack contain i'rtg_xine, 
better secure mh, tti tin .sc. MitTor is of 
' best quality and the frahie holds, a 
number of hat and coat hooks, making 
-it a most useful furniture piece. In' 
Early' English or goldei,i .oak. 

In Golden Oak at $30.00 to- . . . .$7.00 
In Early English Oak at $18.00 lo _ 

$9.00 



FmsT 

QUAblTY 

.7 INLAID 

^ 4lNOL£UM, 

FROM 75^ YARD. 

FIRST 

QUALITY 

PRINTED 

LINOLEUM, 

FROM SO^vYARD 




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EXTENSIVE 

CHOICE dF 

PATTERNS, 

DEPENDABLE 

QUALITY. 

WE DO NOT 

SELL 

"SECONDS" 
HERE, 



Here's a Great Floor 




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For Fall aiid Winter Service— Best Linoleums 

It's not a bit too early to think of the Kail and'Winter' floor coverings, and not too early fo get that 
linoleum yoti require for the kitchen, hall and bathroom floors. 

/ Never a better time to put linoleum on the kitchen and hall flpors than fight now— now. before the 
Fall-Fains and the. mud arrive. Easy to keep these floors clean ff coyered with linoleum, and then linoleum 
adds gVeatly to the attractiveness of any kitchen. . . 

i v^ e have a splendid range of attractive pat tern .s, and are regularly adding new styles — a big ship- 
lent just I^ng ■.unpacked. Take the size of your rooin and let Us figure'on a good floor covering. ' 
Remember our.s are first tmality — no "seconds" here. ■< ■ 



ment ^ 

(jUality 
Printed Linoleum kt, per yard . , 



..75^ 




50<^ Inlaid Linoleum at. per yard 

. -TWO EXCEIXEIVT VALUES 

In Pedestal Extension I>s5jiiri<i I ;«!>les 

Two splendid values in round-top, pedestal extension dining tables are 
offered^ou in these. If you are looking for something very nice in golden 
oak, we cannot Suggest anything, at near the price, to compare with these. 

Tht illustration doesn't correctly describe these tables, it is used to show 
the pedestal style of table. Be,st way to "know" how good these are is to 
make a visit to the fourth floor. You're aly/ays welcome. 
Extension Table-^A roitnd.. top. 

pedestal i\y\t, 44in. in diameter 

and extending 'to 6ft. It is rtiade 

from selected, quarter cut oak, 

finished a beautiful golden. A 

Stylish table #ylt.' JViccd at $30. 



Extension fable—This 
hands()fhc table, 
pedestal .^itylc. Top 
48101., in diameter an. I 
I2fl. A lar- ■ ■ 
one. Oijarti'.,. 
.isli. '^i ,^,50 



18 a very 
Round iii].^. 



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Idea! Place lo Secure 



iirists and visitors to tliiscitj will find this store an i</l< 
' 1! 10 .spend a few minntc.s. If they desire somctliinj;- in the w 
iil)r,'incc of their visii in 'this part, of the world. llu-\ "I! iini fi, 

■ 1 mak-e a purcli.-i'^r. .Tliis big .store is filic.(.l with hiunli-cds Ml suit 



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ouvenirs 



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Out-oi-Town Ordcr.s 

Packed and 

Sliipped Free 




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Our Rest 

Room 



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VICTORIA, DAILY COLONIST 



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September 
Records 



Now Delight Visitors to the 

MontcUiis Edison and 

Victor Parlors 



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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 

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I ScpllimiM Ryall, U.T., frifml ut Uu 
I lirlilv. 'I'll.' I>ri(:le was Urcx.sod in ;i 
1 l.iiiiii'iigiif lii-i»inlfK)tl) custmiu; liraiil- 
1 il Hiiil iind a large I'uwn liut xvlUi 
ilirii' rt"l*l<jii tii.in'i) i>luiu{-..s a 111.1 cai'- 
liiil H wlilto in-a.sci' luiok. liotli I'riik; 
atxl KrW'in wfri', miallciuhd. .MUm- 
Ihi' Ccrc'inons 1 >r. ami Mrit.—HtHlfr Irl'l 
i 1 .1- \'ii.-Li">ria III runic i" l.ii(;i;aii, vvhcre 
1 I h'\ -I ■will ri'iiiiiin s'linr wccUh 1 if I'm''? I 
] 1 . inrnlliK' t'i ili.ir Ihmhc in < iMUii 
I Vi i'l\, \'ani.'iiii\ CI. 



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LETERS TO THE EDITOR 

Undeisri'omid Ttlophone Bylaw. 

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MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE. LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 
(.'iirner Fort St. 'P^el. 44 



tivc's at Oak Ua.v. 



enjoy ins, a 



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iiranKi-nioii q"ii iil i" < >■■} 
sivJofeil ij.s a uK'i'.liiaS.Oj.l'"'^'^'*'*^'-'^'"'- V'"-' 
-whkli would have to stand »r fall on, 



r. laiives in l!.).v;ioii, .Maf.:.., ,,,p ,„,^i^ of .a. loan Of so mu.-li mone.v 



•\v weeks, retu;nieU to 



Mr. Jan(cs it.iiliria>. wla.ilias been 
s|H'uuinR' Ids ijinunicr holidays with 
idativca in town, left yesterduy on 
lii>-' ri'inrn to itrccfftK - * 

' . •.. ■'»■■'♦' ■■■ / .,v , • '. I " 

.\lr^' Siftd Mrs. Ruaseikt yho h»»<B 
l.ecn enjoying a fortnicln.'s visit to, 
Victoriirrni**' k-avlhe'^tocla^' tcir Na- 

iiaiiii'i. 

• * • ' 

Mr. Joliii VV. IMk-e, who has bcrn 
in town for. the past week on ii buBl- 
r<SE. visit, left on his return to fo- 

ror.to yesterday i / 

.. ,, , . p .' 

.Mi^B |i*i»«l iiUorrlsori, who t»9s been 
HI in St. Joseph's hospital for the past 
woeU. is Improving nicely, und will 
ITicive visitors, at the hospital, any 
ufterno.on or evening. 




Curlii. Piiffi, Bralrts and 

Trausfoi-matloas la all 

Styles at 



MRS. KOSCHS'S HAIR- 
DRES.SING PARLORS 

'Phone 1175 Doufrlas St. 



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Reai Lace Shop 

I.^i?eit anrf. Insert ion.s in white 
r-tifu, "^ffep, blacjv aitrl pung'-t* 
•olors-, from 20c to $5.00 yard, 

1214 Broad St. 



1 



Madame Russell 

SH.'XMPOOING AN_) 
MaNICUR'NG 



ana Bli.,kJ|idi» of .haJr worlji fj^c u.. 



713 COtTRTB'WAT- «T., 



( 'apt. Harry Brown, "who haa b*«»n 
suflerlng: from hemorrhage of the 
brain iit St. Joseph's, hospital, has re- 
K-'iined oonscion.«!ne»s" ' after 40 hours' 

unconsciousness. 

• • -• 

.M:. and a^rs. John Fenwlek and 
fliildren came over from -Vancouver 
.vesterdav', and -Urc- leaving town to- 
"rluy for~a few ■wpckB' visit to Shawnl- 
Kan. • , • , 

• • • . 

Mr. and Mns. Walter Hopson, wlio 
lia\(- been, hiaklng ".in e.ttended vitfU 
liore with friends, left yesterday on 
their j-etijriy t.d their home "In Winni- 
peg'. 

A * ft. 

Mr. ;ind Mrs, Watson and Mr. Rob- 
rrt \ViLl3on, from Q.uebee, are enjuy- 
liig a tour of the coast, cities, a n d be- 
fore Vetwrnlng himic intend spending 
smnti time in yiotorla. 

' .Mr. U M. Rlvl»; Mr; and Mrs: H. M. 
Simliiir. Mr. P. Piirdy and Mrs. Purdy, 
!,ind Air. and Mrs. 11. VV. i"oVVfi«5 are 
among nian.x- Toronto visitors now iti 

tiio city. ■ ■ • '- 

• '. • • 

Mr. and Mrs. La^oatcR, from Seattle, 
who ha\e been' In tnwn- fur the past 



t»HOWT! ' 183(18. ^^■•r 

I ing 

• .>ui.ii>.M» I im.mmt I l\>wjullan. 



might visliln.;^. rcl^Mv^* ■arft leav- 
: today for *a month'B visit to 



Special Choice Table 
Frail Today 

.S«'e OJUr, display loday of line la- 
iile fruits and vegelahles: Mel- 

ii'rrsr iVai-li^s.. Pears, I'luiiia; __ ^ 

crapis. Hafianas. anil Hlackbeti-~^t7pj.,„ London, Engl«ind~ who jiovpdjeen 



it«,<liiKi Security of so mucU real OBtate. 
IlK.in.J.t.-JlUJSt be confessed llialjlic r«i'l 
csiate takou as security Is'h'SVdly sufflr 
dent to Justify "the loan, vln .oilier 
words It in not such a loan os any ilrsi- 
el.i.ss mortgage or trust coiui>any woiil<l 
Invest its miiney In. 1 Hut tld.H riuUiUi 
obvious faet does not accurately rcprc- 

'S''ni; the .reaL-aituatlon. The city is not 
a rtnirtKagc corjjoration s.eeking Invest- 
ment of its funds on safe security nt 
Interest l'ot-r*bc sake of tlie profit of 
its sliareholders or citiBcns. It is noi 
proiioslng to Tfeiid itinnoney to lite ecun- 
pany for any h\)i'1i reason. Th§ mottve 
of tlie- elt y Itt-^Ws agreement is to-JHU»c- 
lli tlie citizens by removing a very large 
number of ppleB"^n the district iiow af- 
fected an"?! by one of the _L4teji clauses 
trt the. agreement the whole city may 
ultimately l>«come clear of all telcplioiu' 
poles and wires. 

Under tlie general statute the only 
way the City can force the company ,to 
remove their- poles Is for the cit y to 
Imlld the iinderKround system at Its 
own < ^ost. .-ind also at ^ts own cost take 
the poles anil wires down and put the 
uudcrgrounrt and leave them all com- 
plete for the comt>a»y. This would cn- 
tail an almost prohlldiiv*- expensii,,^ — UxO- 
It just so happens that at this present 
lime, the company's lease of a centrsl 
station le running out. They have se- 
cured a new isite for a central Btatlon 
on Blanchard iitreet, tho new bulldlns; 
to be erected by thcni can Just ascuslly 
be made suitable for an underground 
system, as f.or an overhead system, and 
city foibers~reeognlzed the time as be- 
ing favorable loj^-tlje renewal of the 
long drawn out negotiations. 

The agrcememrTmnbodlcd In the bylaw 
now submitted to the people ' represents 
he- very best arrangement' 'Wliicli cnnlvi 

reached bj,- the council and oV- 
cepilonaJly favorable to the" city. 

It In effect provides for a complete 
reversal df the general statute; Instead 
of the city bearing the' whole CJtpenso 
uf the underground 'syctem, it' providt'S 
f(j>r the company benrlitg, this whole <-x- 
jwnsf. and t|ie expense will be nearly 

j deublt? the amount set out in tha, by- 
lai¥. ., ** 

Ti4p ._«i.ty .Jiiwo«J**.J»i.oo;o.." r.ii.tii" 

romisany; wfe loan t lieiii that amouni 

rt is, of eonrso, a getieral chufgc 01 

the city. The elty pny the Interest an. 

provide a filnlCliTg-TUfid'lrair yearly. " Bui 



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Kimonas and Dressing 



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SaGdues 






LADIES\KIMONAS, of all wool, eiderdown, turned' back cuffs, cord' trimmed,, i^ull 
jength, m gxty and cardrnrdT^ach ...... ........ i^t.>• / o 

LAtDIES' dressing SACQUES, oral! wufiUiid-crdoAvn, white flannel trimmed, color'; 
,Qrc\ . pink, cardinal unci light bhte' • .$.>.00 



EIDERDOWN AND BROCADED FLANNELETTE, .suitable tor inakinLif loinonas 

and. dressing- .^actiues 

ALL WOOL EIDERDCP^Am, in a good heavy (luality. in grey, jiink, cream, light blue 
artd cardinal, per yard • ...•„.. 50^ 

FANCY BROCADED FLANNELETTE, in Baislev and floral ole^iigns. all colors. 

.ttttttttt:- :. ..-.20^ 



heavy tiuahty, per yard, 30c and .... 



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CORD GIRDLES FOR KIMONAS IN Al 



:ORS 



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iiiwiest" knarket 



FRESH TE&ET&BXiES 

!'pru, liiiLls. CubrjaH''; (,'CliM"> . 
Ton^atoew. Egg Flattl, L.e<iucc, of. 

SATUR^A'y'S SPECIAl, BAtt- 
CiAtN 
French Canned Pea», (>pr tin, 

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A, Pool, Grocery 



-'S Yattea «t. 

Pliotie 4*^. 



(}ruc<sry. 



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Mr. "and Mn*. Henry Mr^ West, who , ^. , — 

have been spending a fow days of thoTrj-ff^ •J^'Jf ^"t^'f^'i*!,'^ "^^J^ 
boneymi><>n in Victoria, aro leaving to- 
day fiir Duncaiw, a,nd neighborhood 
befpre retirrnJiJg to Vaneouver, where 
^hey will tkfec.'tip thejr feajdenic*. 

' .' • , -^ , * ..»i • 

Mr. and. »*,»». Geqegt- W. ^ianaels 



touring. Canada, have been In town 
i for the piji^t few da.vs, and left yoster- 
I ^bfy for Seattle, \Vltetreniftcr i»a>'itjg a 
[brief visit, they wlir leave for New 
} York en route for home. 
".'■*»• 

i'.he marrlfjge took place very cjulet- 

in the tThurch of ,St. Michael and 

i All , Angels. Ohem&inijs. B. C, at 3 p. 

I m.. August the 24th. of Miss Sarah 

j Jeanette Howard, daughter of the 

! late. Major Acthiir Lxiclthart Howard, 

to Dr. Frederick Jan>es Boiler, of 

.\ iiricouver. s^on of Mr. K. R. Btiller, 

Vahcouver. and nephew of the late Dr. 

builer, of Montreal. The ceremony 

was conducted by the rector, the Rev. 





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^123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



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Latest Ideas in High 

class exclusive Millinery.. 
'•- ' 
Denl^s—Clloves. 

IVIorley's Hdsiery. 

Dr. Deimel's Linisn Mesh 

Underwear. 



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Sir Wilfrid's Compliments to the Ladies of Victoria 

Uurlhg his vi«lt to tftlii city. Sir V^'ilfrid Ij»urlpr said that he hsU never 
Ner-n a tiiwn the' «»«* of Vt«;lo«4p. with' a.-* many beautiful women- No-w 
Isdios, keep ttp yttor reputation. Remember your , fiands should be a 
I'l.rt t,f your beauty as welt as .vour face. A phone 6*11 ivlll bring 
Mdlle. Edythst Manicurist) at pny hour ot tl»c da)j. Phone I..-1I28. 



MEN OF TASTE 



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FIT- 

5, REFORM, 

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Men who pride\ themselves 
'6ii"-"tit©ir ability to select and 
•wear good clothes — correct 
clothes — may now have the 
pleasure of seeing the choicest 
models' and the newest, fabrics 
for Fall wear, if they will call, 

"just for a look." ' 

We see tliat' every suit we sell is perfectly fitted 
to the figure. 

Styles for the coming season are^ within the 
bounds of grace and of good form. 

Coats in two or three button models, medium 
lengths, liberal and graceful lapels, broad and me- 
dium shoulders, the back tracing the figure. The 
Vest of iiifdiuni height, the Trousers of conservative 
width, with a hang of dignity. 

Suitsat$15,$20,$25to$35 

ALLEN & CO. 

FIT-REFORM WARDROBE 



1201 Government Street 



Victor!. I 



this ejiact amount '!« paid to the cit\ 
by tlie 'eompaiy. Then comes tti' 
tjuery? Wbat secttrlty, have yoii thai 
*t win Jic r^aid? . The city has this si 
Ctirlfy; first, the ownership and contro: 
of the conduits. WlreS; cables, et< 
which If the city lake possession of a- 
■tbey can on defaull of payment liy t(a 
eompany. the whole of the 'company' 
operations iri Victoria l« ■ forthwltl 
gone and done and ended. 

The cUy can. then'operate themsclvr-- 
or lease the lines to any one e.lse wlc 
will jjay the amounts and operate tic 
sysitem awd secondly, the city has t!i'- 
serorlty of the whole assets of the com 
pany here. In Vancouver. New Westmlii 
Btei- and throughout th,e province ot 
wberever their business extends. Jum 
In the same, way and to the same e.N 
tent, ns a man pleijjyes his whole a- 
sets When he sign« a promissory non 
The city cab sue the company and cor,. 
pel payment. ,• 

But It has-been^ said -ai .vcirs 
long time and we nlay not need wiji 
at ail in telephone -service .by that tlriv 
Tbip Is. of 'eourse. true. onytldnB i 
possible, but stilt It Is' only fair to as 
aumc that the telephone company will 
make use of this new system and 'will 
Slay In business, and as long aa the>- 
continue to exist, they are bound to pay 
this .obllgstlon of the half yearly Ihtei 
est. and sinking^ fuhd to the cliy, 
they are sued and made lo pay:. 

But what If . the. telephone compan 
ro.. oijt of business? . Woli. of . coursr- 
they may fail, stranger things' hii\. 
lifippf.nod. but the agreement binds their 
Kucccssors and their assigns. No Com- 
pany or body of ncien or individual can 
run a telepMone business, ' in Vlctoris 
without paying this half yearly amount 
to tliw city for BO yea.i's. 

In short about the only possibility. < 
tbe company not paying and the cli 
raiiinsr to collect .the money in: ti 
liiinibte Judgment of the undersigned, ' 
lor an carthijuake to wlpft ,Tlcit<»rlti oi ! 
ilie map, In which case the, bohdholdci • 
who supply the rhoney on the debentures j 
vMuild lose their mofiey. , There would | 
I I'c no company to pay the city, and no | 
j i-iiy to pay thein, , ^ I 

I In concluding this! already overlonuJ 
i letter, Mi% Editor, ina.v 1 suggest to the | 
j liiifpayers that to got the^ teiepli«Hc 
I wires off tiie street and undergrou Mil if^ 
la inlKhty good_thj,ng for tbe city, tlini 
III' itils aKreement is turned ilown )i.\ ) 
jilic ratf-pnyera the compaiiy gdr'on wlthl 
this building on the basis of overhes'l 
poles and wires, llien iji-.Mbch cnsfc' thi- 
idaring of lyiroB undorKroimd can by no 
ixj.sslblllty he .resurrected fpr a gctJeia- 
tlon. pxeppt wholly at the e.Kpense, com 
mid , cliarKC of the city, vindei: the gen 
eral HlHtule. Kven for the iessi^idnK oi 
tlie tire rl.«*k alone, for the rediiclinn ol' 
llie risk run b,\- tile Ib-emen liav lie.; p. 
|iiil up Ind'lerri llirough soore.« "f wii. 



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MOTHERS and FAT 



Wo are dcTpting today almost exclusively to the 





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Powder IVtill E.vp 


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\' ri.>X, .\laH.M., .\UKUM 
explosion of three Nvlicel iiiiU.'^ ni' U.' 
.NtuiMlcan Powdipr .Mills <'oini>fliiy '"cr 
Iwo enuHoyees were probably I'atall.v 
inttired. The. loss is ostimnted. -^at 


S.'li.Olie. 





School Children's Clo 




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Wfm-^m>-«,H I IIBB M«M>.1II«>»I«H»I I I ■»■>"■ I'l —■iWK IKIW"— ■-• ■■- ■■■ HKH •■*««—•. 



)YS' WASHING B LOU SE:S arid WASH 
SUITS have beeo brottgbt down to Si.j;. 

$1.00, Ckx: aiVd '.....■.....,.. .50^ 

BO YS^ SHIRTS, .1^ 1 .o( > i ■ ■ 50^ 

MEN'S HAT^, .V'-So t'i ... .■.','$1.50 
BOYS' CAPS,. .^5c i« ' ■ • 15^ 




!vlondav the "'voimg t^nes" get-dowir \<> ihcir .«;tii(lic^. Let iliom do so wiilvsonie 
niee n(.''\\ suii^. etc-. Oiit" sale»affords you an mui'-iia! clianct^ !•• I'll, tiic.ni- •.',in ai a. 
remarkable saving, and today's special values .arc as i.illdws: - 



Th;il rc}gularly s^'ll frniii S4 

, X()V\' RI'^Drrl':!) TO 



Boys' Suit s 

■ ■ $4.50, S4.00, $3,50, SS.OO. $2»50, S2 JO 



hid! iTuavlarn sell at 

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MEN'S SjUITS, S22.00, S2o.oa $,\S>.oix 
Si 5.o(.),'^ii.^OO.,andJi5 10.00. now reduc- 
ed to $16-50, $15.00, $12.00, i^I 000, 

S8.(xv . .' V;'. .r. .7..'7T$(>.<)0 



McCANDLESS BROS 



557 JOHNSON STREET 



VICTOKIA, B. C. 



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ADVERTISH IN Till: DAILY C:OLONlST 



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(OLONIST 



Saturdiy. August Zh 19tV 



LOGtERS^ SUPPLIES 




we Larry a vciy corni>U',u- stock u£ 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks, Chokers, Grabs, Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

■ ; WE INVITE INSPECTION 



NEWS OF THE CITY l 

, I 

To Consider Cadet Proposal 

'I'lir IH-M nircllUt; III l\l< |ilwVMUl;il 
j cijlilllrl has lirrii L-alU'tl U>V tlU' illi 

I l)r«j\lmi>, w lii'ii ainuiin' uilier niuttcr« 
I ill-tails will i'>' rdUshUTcd \< illi, ri'lc-r- 
j t nuf 111 KriiiHli ( 'dluiiilpia's purlU-lim- 
■ iiMii ill till- iiilvaiitagcH iiruvidi'il 1>\' tlir 

SlratliiiTi^a ti'iifil. 'I'lie govcrnunii I i-; 

aLsii lir;('iill\ in ;>\-ini>iit li\ with Hi. 
• kiiiiliH-d li"v S>-v)iils uiii\ ••iiiiiii. .11]. I 

1 hni I l.'iii'i al lla.lvvi- INn\ .'ll \\.i , li. i • 

II, .1 lolin a'.;n. Ha' K' .v ii U ii aMi ( i\|ii-' 

III lii luin i!m I'llliri' .s.\nilMrli\ with It : ■ 
' I ;■ auia Imi, allil aH.o'Vtirt-il hiin Ihiil til. 

I '..ly Si'iiiil - iia'\ ''Jianl ■ n sl^i i ^ • • ■ 

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THE WEATrtER 

Al. ■..l.i.il, ll ,,rii.-r. Vlrli'l IK..- I!. ' '■., 

,. I N \< Jli . An- 'l-M i-'il. I '•' 1 " : 
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riir |., . ; . iiicrofislns over' tin- 

laiiih I' I, .,i,ii,-s, X'aficotiver 1f;1ami_ 

.11. 1 Hh- ri.iiii, piuviiici'S, l.n.it is ootii- 
|. a i.ii ..,.!• hiu ,,11 ilH- norllnTll CUUNI 
.■|- r.Mii h c.iinnbia. A UkIh shoWtT 

:ii, uiiiy ruin uii<rruli' vveiM.li-, 

.1. in.- uniixMiitiircs pf'evuIN 

III. I'.Hil !,■ shil'- aial t ll'' < '!Hi!<- 
■ - 1 .'Ml |iri,\ iiii'i'S, 

■ri:;Mi.Ki: VII i:i; 

Mlil- .\l'l.^ 

Victoria . -l*^ ^^ 

' liriill \ ci" , . I ■' ''" 

.\/\y \X'e»tmln«ic|' ./• 



Ministers A!l Absent 
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Kwtiilt>gpK 
UHruirvillo 



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DISPLAY 



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E. E. Marvin & Co. 

The Shipchandlers , >.. 1200 Whari Street, 



U-ii tli,^ ril> la:.l , ,■■> viilliK. ,lila il<.'Kll^l>- I ^.,„ |.-ratici.Mcc> ■ CftJ. 
ialantla."ActLiiK i'romiei- aii<l Ailur-I ^ ynwA..^^ 



aiiua. ■ .'M-iuiK jiiiniic. rtiiii .Aiv". -^ _■ , , ■ /ij...afi.^' 

y-.<:5oiH-i-Kl liowser is as ns.uil spend- ^,l">i -•J.iloup fi-om -5 &., ■nr. .tl ai.i.r"i. , 
i the Saturday and' St.iiday at his TI">o) Satuitl_a.V! • i^ - . . i 

- Vlctorln ninJ V icinity: aroacrate to 

fresli HoutlRTly wtjid*', gcnoruIU'' I'air j 

and cool. r "•' ,' ■ ' • . \ 

l.owc-r Mainland: .^'IWpS*!'**" moderate | 
"KladB. B«»ncrul(.v f«ir and cool, 
1M{JI>AY. ^ ' 



Fresh Fmits for Sunday 

Don't kngoi ihat tomorrow isSund'ax. ^"ou may h<ive 
oomf^any. Then wbat is more appropriate for tbc table tban 
sonic nice fresh fhiit. W-e:offer a' splendid assortment to se- 
lect from. - 

Grapes^ per basket, 20c zamX • • • 3J5C 

Peaches, per basket . ■ 35C 

Apples, 3 and 6 lbs. fcr . . ^5*^ 

Pears, 3 ll)s. for • . . :. ■• ^5)^ 

Canteloupes, lOC, 15c and„....^^_. .2oc 

Blackberries, per .bo.\ • ^o*^ 

Huckleberries, per II) ■' ^SC 

NICE SMALL PICNIC HAMS, per lb 18<* 

A Complete ^Ust of Fresh Vegetables 



1 U4.«y- 

i tt»k; 
hi nu' hi the Terminal City. As a re 
suit, ol' lhfs*> laif minlHlerliil, migru- 
! li.ma the capital is toda.v without the 
! presence ot' any nicml>cr 61' the cab- 
i l!,et. It will not l«c lur Ions, however, 
' aa itop. Dr. YuunB returns to Victoria 
tcniorrow evening:, and lion. Mr. 
' li,..\\.ser l>y Monday aliernoon'i' buat. 



BLOUSES 

CORSETS ' 

SHAWLS 

ALLOVER APRONS 
SHOPPING BAGS 
BELTS, UNDERWEAR 

Ami \ariiiu.- nUicr Ini'cSj all ,. 
,,.(■ svhu-li wr^arr ..il" Irrin'}; .at. 

45c Each 

Come . and '.seteet some ..of. 

l,lH.'.l)ar;..':'\in>. 

Gl A. Richardson* Co. 



Silver Toilet Sets For 
The Lady 

SilM.'!- arn\-lc-- ■ii'Slir I'l'li I i:il'!'- arc prized niQfa tlun any 
i.ili.i kiiiii : c-vriauily ni. tiling iouks more cb^rnuug. 

I'ricc> arc rca-i in;il)lc — " •'^ ' ' -. " "' / ' 

Brush and Conil; m Case 5pt),00 

Set of 3 Pieces j.j.. ,>^>-...*tl 

Larger Sets np",,i»' >■■,• • :'• • • .• •• • •• ^^ .....,..•.••,••-:• .$t>5.00 

While hi,;:;hcr in price than ebony, th.fire" is'no comparison 
in tlic.tliff^'renci? of^appeafance. \ 

V ' " ' ' ' it i mm i ' i 1 )'| . ' " ' .. ' r — —■ ' ,. 'v 

REDFERN & SONS 

1009 Government Street ■ Victoria, B.C. 



^ictori>i Houie 



636 Yateii Si. 



Had Gteriious Outing 
The orphanage clUldren had a 
jjlorious time on Thursday. .Mr. and | 
.Mrs. >se\vton invited them to, have al 
iiunic artlieir beaiitlCul place at Oali 
l!av.-,So thev all went, lioys amljiirln, 
little and Ijlg with the nun run Oind as- 
sistant I'or a long car rUh- to the ba,t\ 
To add to their, pleasure, ^ra. .Vcwton 
Jiiui InvUed the'oomnlittee of nianage- 
ment to tea. The children played on 
the beach iJnd enjoyed_ themselves as 
onlv children eaar~«ilio are free .to d'l 
as they like by the sjeaslde. They had 

.dinner and supper and to crown all. 
Mr. Newton took them all out for ■ 

I ride In his big motor launch. It was a 
— i tired but happy and very gratefii! 

! j>«rjy that aald goodbye to their kind 

i host and hostess wheji the day was 



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M<^an' . 
iiSunabine, 



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I lioiuii; e miiuiios. 



H. 0. KlRKilAM, GROCER ^ 

Corner Koi-t and Doui;las 1 'hone 178 



! over. 

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To IMPORT GAME 8IRDS 



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Prairie Chickens to" 'B'e~'~Se?ui^a"'Ti»om I 
. IVIanitoba to Stock Various | 



Districts 






^'^ MIKADO 
BAZA 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale for Bamboo Blind, 

Sx8, $1.2o, and C.\'7 70c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 




T« Gilts Tlisi Last 

'S\UtT forks. An/"ve.s, spoons 
and fancy itrving pieces of 
quality ^nd bcaufy are 
stawoed with fhf tridi: m3rk 

I84IR06ERS BROS. 

r» buy this Wirt is to gti tbt 

alwo^fservice ^nd satisfaction— 

(he betfitil triple plite — 

"Sileer riate that Wears" 

tt:t lea itts, p/afes. bovtit, 

f (.-.. are marked 
MERIDEN ERITi CO 




JAS. LEiG! & SONS 


Lumber 


Wholesale and j 
RetaU 


Mills 


Lumber 


Fool of 


Uth 


Turner Street 


Shingles 


Victoria, B.C. 


Bill Stuff 



The Pnrest TMways Clean 
The Safest No Dusty Cans 



BOTTLED MILK 

I'rom the 

Vidoria Creamery & 

MilA Supply Co. 

Dealers in. 

Finest Ice - Cream, Cream. 
Miltc, Buttermilk arid Butter 

Photie 1344 



Taking i,ul vantage 01 the piuv i.-^.. n;.-. 
.1 tJie Manitoba, O.-vme Act in .this «e- 
spect Hon. Dr. Yoonf^ has communl- 
ci'ted with the responsible ministcfr oX 
the slsjter province recjuostlng i>ermlt<- 
ston for the securing, through the cht. ; 
game warden of Manitoba; of a riuni- 
ber of the l>irds and animals Indlgt-n- i 
! ous to the Fralrle province. It Is eJc- i 
I peeted tliat this step Is preliminary to 1 
I tjie lntroductk>n of a considerable , 
j nuinl)er of prairie chickens for the j 
'purpose of atoo-l<lng those areas of Url-| 
\ tlsh Columbia favora.jle Co.- their de- i 
j velopment In numbers uiid strength, j 
1 The, Oolumblai . grouse, more .generally ; 
1 known as the pt-a-lrie chicken, shares 1 
i with the grey .goostr the lionor of be- j 
; iniEV the great game bird of. Manit<li:i. | 
■ ! •uTTTl — ilieie ttie man) — d t s' t rlt !, ■ < of tli l a 
I>rovlnce In which undoubtedly if can ; 
be acclimatized succ.es.ifuHy, to prove { 
a valinble atlditlon to the great game ; 
a-sset of British Oohnnbid. t 




WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO AN 
EMPTY "GLOY" BOTTLE? 



English Bieyclcs 



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IS NOT-SATISFIED 

Pr,ovirtcial Government Protests to 

Herald's Oollege Regarding Changes 

Made in Coat-of-Arms 



.\ woman has twci .•^inilc- 
that an anj,a-l might envy— 
the smile thjft accepts tlic 
lover and the smile t!i '' 
liy:hts un ♦»ne,uf'unr beati 
ftd 

DIAMOND 
RINGS 

Priced irpm $20 to $500 . 

We have a \ cry coniplcte 
line of h'n.^ia'gcnfetvi Rinjis 
and we are pirepat^ed to make 
anythiiifr iiV'thiV; line to or- 
de i " on — ilie .shu rk sl — notice. 




$35.00 



Coniplelc withDunlop Tires, Ucll. Tuo.l Bag, Pump, Wrench 
aiul Oil Can — ready to ride ; 

WHILE THEY LAST - - $35.00 



■ THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. opposite spencers Victoria, B. C. 



Ba.\!er & .Johnson Co., Ltd 



"wr 



W. H. WilSson 



FOR 
SALE 



Temporary Quarters,X2Qg_BL^lgh 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCflON 

Readin<T and Game Room.s—I lot and Cold Shower Baths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 

50C per month . ' ' 



Semi-Biisiness 

Properties 
w Close in 



a?ris^ $10,000- 



VitMv .-tr< nl property, nipar the nc^^ 
tliree-.sioiy^ iron /warelioa-x-?. 



.y\. I'. .\. iMilWiiiK. tl'HxT:'.''. .with new 



MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Vatcs St. 



FORT GEORGE 



lie 



Jeweler , ' 
91S GOVERNMENT ST. 



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Ji«aiDe», SasU. Doors, and »U »a4* •t . BnUdlBe Mat.rlAi. go M 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



Umltsd za»1lUi«7. 
Mm. Offic* ana Tsr*.: Jn« Gov,rnn,.nt St P. O. Box 6M. 



r*lephoae 561 



■ 1 i tf iwmww , ,. ,^ TM>ce>n~v waiii,. npMiMUJUM.lijia* 



and manufacturers of all klr.dii ot 
Sash. Factory and Planing Mitt 
Goods. 



Latest Importations From China i 

I.ji(11c«' ami CiMit..! .silk underwear, i 

■ oft warm, neat aiiU llsrht; aentV oy- j 
]«nia» 111 l)eauilful stripped allk. The j 
newest «l.vlea of beautiful embroidered i 

■ Ilk klmonai!. NolUlnt;' mort) beautiful. ', 
Th« lovelle.sc aillc enibroidaredi Uoyit«ia j 
»vttr shown. 

QTTONa aiAW TXSlSCi U CO. I 

p. O. Box vs. 



17 la' Government 3t. 




I 

I A New and Delicious 
Havored Nouga 

Nouga Sandwiches Fancies 

Almond Sandwiches 

Butter Squa«;s 

Bedford Tarts 

Birthday Cakes for the 

Youngsters 

Wedding Cakes, s,ui>cri"r 

quality, cxchusiyc ,dccor- 

ationis 



CLAY'S 

Tel. loi , ' 619 Fort Street 



.\n official publication entitled 'The j 
i !iig.s^, Hadge.s and Arms of the Brlti.sh | 
; IJKihihions Beyond the Seas"' has jii^i 
■ licen rcelved by the .provincial secri •■ 
..ry from the head of the coloiii;il 1 
■ tfiee. in this publication the Arni.'< j 
I of British (.'olilmbia are given as they j 
\ ere. orlgtnall)' revised some months 1 
ago by the. Hei^ald's. <7ollege. but not 
! accepted by the provincial authorltie.s. 
In. consetjuence of tile protest enter- 
, 1 d at that; tlrne the supporters and 
I trown "were restored. ' the former (the 
} ileer a.'id.the niountain goat) bciun 
I one of the. most characteristic, fea- j 
tu res or the i*rov(nt-ial Arm^. In the! 
juggcsted coat <>,C amis for the ino- j 
^ 'ne'e the surmounCtlig crown, which, 
!. as so long been carried as a con- | 
idcubiis figure of the British Colum- j 
Arms, was eliminated being 're- ■ 

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FOR YOUR FOWLS 

Something new aiuLfi-om 
a good recipe — in fact a 
gtiaranteed recipe. Our 

Dry hopper Food 

Ask your neighbor about 
it. Hi^ has heard of it if 
^you have not. 



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TIMBER 

larj^c .\i"c:is 



liarticiilars. apply to 



Ernest Brammer 

OfJice <i.i4 Kurt Street 
Tel. JOW5 



Harris & Smith gj-ggj Q^jQ^jj 



lia' 



just rin't"i\ei.i 

sorlm.ent <>f 



fine .1- 



Guns and Rifie; 



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i..< liir. tinii^ 



Trolling lines .iml 
wiiva on liiind. 



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Ol>p fiilnni.sl 

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laced for so ne re.uson not explained 

iiirr easily imderstood, by a R<>man 

t'rown inaerted In thie centre (>r the.} 

Hag. Correspondence resijdted^ in tho| 

riptoratlon of the supporters and the j 

crown surmounting, the latter being j 
{ somcA'hut altered in form and ar- | 
'arrangement. At the same time the j - 

! il;;ml-»un was transposed from the top - - - 

; t.o the bottom of the arms. The gov- ,„. . ^ ', .^,,1 , ,„ " ^h,-, <rt«rv \KrnrV 

ernment t. not at all dlsfa>sed to ^<^-\,^^tS^. T'cifX'^SSt 
Uept the first proposed Anns a» con- ""^ " ki>iu». 



Bannerman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 

1,'honc A^7 



Hall's Compound 
tlacKberry 



Lukenheimer Valves, jail 
sizes in stock 

Brass Tubing and Bar 
Brass 

: PACKING 

A large assortment of all lead- 
ing 'brands jn stock 



tallied in the recent publlcatlohs, and 
•>ni at. ojcf. conimunUnte with -,thc 
cr lonldl off-Ice with _t< view to having 
the amende<l .\rpis and t'r^st suWati-^ 
luted In the official ^oofc foj- overseas 
dominions. , ,, i • 



When you want toclear your .house of | 
flies, .see that you get 

WILSOK^S 

Fly 

Imiuiion' ari- always unsati'.facln: 





• 'hiamberlfltn's f'oHc,. ChoLeri and 
Olarrohea Remedy Is today thft best 
known medicine In use for the relief 
II nd cure of . bowel complaints. It 
1 urea- griping, diarrolwa. dysentery, 
and should be taken hi i\\e tWfst \n\' 
natui;iil looseness of the bowels. It Ip 
iiuaily valuable for children and 
idtillj*. Tt always cures. Sold by all 



Cheap excurstoti fftte, I'hone 



tJroughton, Street. 



B ('. '<'r*am,"iiaa the natural flavor." ! 
No\V 10 cents ItOr largo" tin. at your | 

grocers. . * ! 

.i»,j— — » — --- — ■ ' 

fhousand Itlands. — Next' Sunday; 
the S. S. Tro(iuois will nwke one of 
those delightful trips among the GnU 
islands, st<Ji)plng one hour at Mayne. 
and returning via the pl cturesdu e 
Pender Canal. P!cn»<? parties can 
bring their baskets and lunch under 
the trees. Take V. & S. train leaving! 
Victoria 9.45 a. m. nefreshmcnts and; 
music on board. ^ For further Inlor- 
matlon telephone, Bit- .* 

" ! .... i ^ . :../. ■ . .^ 1^— -- 

Talic a trio aroliud the Sound by I The CaiiadlahAVho'S MTho.^ ,,..i,M."Iicd 
steamers of P. C. 8.. Si (Jo., .sailing by the London ilmo«. on ^aie at Vlc- 
.M.„,.., o.v-,..,.-.i^A «.♦* n»„,„„ tori* JStook & atalloiierj' Co„ Liralted. • 

■"■;■ ■■■ . 111 ' '..," 11 1,', !' ' " 'i f i i-y"'"^ ." ""• ! '. " •', 

B. P. Groiitti "hnn the natural itlavoi?." 
Now 10 Cent^ lot" largp tin, at your 

grocers. . * 



is. highly ri'i'iinmeiided f. 

<'iir,' iif 



Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Chol- 
era Morbus and all such 
Bowel Complaints. 

!'• I bottle 25c bene mily. 




HALL'S DllUG STORE 

1.11 1 ■ Douglas StSf" 



Viit. 



tgm'iiiimje.Miim^mittatMaBiaiBtsam 

1 |1C tuin ' 

Th'; nov' 

1 rl ol the world. 
•^ .,, . .;:■,,;, .■onnecting nlti 
^t. I'lTM 1 at .Sidney. Fi ; 
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wamsmmmmm 



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I ...1 Aiimlganiateii " 
.inpatiy Aiild, (twin Ac, Alc- 
.M.H ilastlnt;- ,^ireet« West. 



We Use Shur-on's 
and Toric Lenses 



J. H. LePAGE 

0[)loineiri'.t .inri Optician 

P'. 0. Box 22,S 
Government St. Victoria 






B. C. Ct-ftiim "has the. natural flavor." 
Xow in ccntB for large tin. nt your 

grocei'^s. .■ ' ' '-■ * 

— ~ .... . .. . .,» ■. .. . — »_:.^.. 

Mr. Charles Bethune's Successor." 

I', ml V.A\' ■ .' ■ ' ' Mone \uc;il- 
l.i'i!. iIlKilW, (iif 

.,■ i ... ■ i,.i i I ,.>llll..| • I i ,-.. < i|.ll|-f-l 'T 

I ■. .1 ■; ■, 111, Ti • I r:i •/,•/. illi r.rill;:li Tour I'm',!. 

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.sttiKited, take a dose of ChamberlaioH 
•Stomiich anrt^ Elver. Tablets lonljrht 
l>ii|<)rcrei:irinsf>. HUd >oii will i 
right 111 the morning. Sold 

ii;\-il.r" 

♦ , ' 

(■ti..;i|i riMdlng for carnjiers and 

.iilii'i« VN''> are clearing a lot of, o'lir 

; 7.-,<: loiixriKht novels at 25c each. 

fl\-f I'nr $l.iKi. \'i<torla IJook AL- Sta- 

\ii>n>Ty Co- l-iniilca. " ' • 



Th» Uf|« King Edward's Horse in 
■'Pictures 
At the Romano, theatre today and 
tomorrow there will be shown a pic- 
ture of the late KIniJ's fainoii.'^ lior.'ti' 
winning the t90« perby In lOngliini!, 
And al^o a pictyrc of a foothail m ' 
betweeiiV''RiTinTrrrit~irnTt--ncTitl!rrrd. 



REPAIRS! 

We Look Up the Trouble 

and remedy it pitmiptly nbon « 
celve word~TTi;it .>ur .servlcea ai. 
quired. 

Promptness in Plumbing 

is. as cHHetulal as . knowiOK l.iow lo li 
it w"Pt*fTy.'. Tbla appllefi to the 'house- 
IvoUhn* as well as the iJluttiber. ho If 
vou want to save annoyan.e .ami ex- 

\h-x\^«. .send for um at Hio Ovsl sK'n ol 
I trouble. 

IheColt)3rt Piunibifig 5 Heating fo. Id, 

755 Broughton Street Phone '553 



City Livery Boardand Sale Stables 



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l>inu;lit. 



ni, i-,1 Hiii(.l(.Tn .'iii'l .- ;hii; ,ir\ -liili 
:-iili| anil c^-cliaiviM'il. ' I lit;li-i,- 

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li \ ry \ a III I '--,11 1( i ic 

r-. $20 pel lllonllt. 



Office ol C. R. RICHARDS, Vcic 



1 m.ii lan 



Tho Heart of a Piano is tho jj 
Action. Insist on 

"OTTO MIGEC 

Piano Action 



^l, , .Hfcl ^latigcs anil 

HfunnK xi'v-i 111. .. iurko &. Pearson'.^ 
Kli:! Wharf Street, neail Johiusoi, 

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. ...'.-'■y'';'i,i__'.'-',j;^-*kjfe*i:;- 

'Smoke has no 

■effect upon 
Mallhoid Roof'.ng 

Sulphur (umet around smelting 
plants, eat up « metal root in 
■ ihort order, and very few other 
materials ca|i withstand the at- 
tack. M3lthoid 'Roofing doc.n 
the business. Engineers and 
owners of property in .districts 
affected tiy these fumes will save 
monc\- by looking carefully into 
•li- i.ir' (of MaUhoid. Write 

R. ANGUS • 

Agent Whr.rf St.,_Viclori« 

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The Appearance of 
Ycor House 



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should be lotft when ii 
4\nii>tom.'i of croMii. 
Chamberliiin's ('oiigh P.cinc'l.v Ki\<-n us 
I soon as the child becomes l\oar.sc I'r 
I even nftpr th 
(yill i)re\iiii 
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Saturday, August 27, 1919 



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VICTOllIA DAILY COLONIST 



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Many People Are 111 
With Dysentery 

In Victoria at the present time, and if \Uey fail tn take 

some good remedy at first tiicy soon find themselves 

under the doctor's care. 

WISE FOLKS USE 
GOOD BRANDY 

A\'l)icli is about as cxcclk-nt a rcnud} for Diarrhoea 
and kindred iHs as ii is |H>ssil)lr t.. piMoure. ■ 

Telephone us today if we shall send you a bottle of the 

finest Cognac. A simple home remedy, which should 

always be kept in the house. 

Capital City Wine Co. 

Tel. 1974 



1 32 1 Douglas Street 



Corner Johnson Street 



Open <S a. m. to 10 p. m. 



Summer-End 



Sale 



FIGURED AND COLORED COTTON 
CREPE, Regular 25c, Summer- 
End Price • 



lOc 




510 Cormorant sfMat 



Opposite E. & N. Depot 



Red Jacket 




"So Easy to Fix" 



Force -" Lift 
Pumps 



The hicKman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



victoria, U. (.' 



Ag'Tltl 



SALE OF 



Basketware 



LUNCH BASKETS ffom ...25<^ 

LAUNDRY BASKETS from............... ...$1.75 

PICNIC BASKETS fronl .... -^ 25c 

SHOPPING BASKETS from ,,.......,...,..• 15<* 

FLOWER BASKETS from ...:......... .15^ 

KNIFE AND FORK BASKETS from ...75^ 

( Mii iiMiK Chinaware, Brasswire, SiHc SKawls ?ind 

l^imonas, IvorywarC atld .Metalware Hsvc.Been Reduced 



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Next to pire Hall 






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Esquimalt & Na na imo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are n.Qw on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L, E, Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



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OF m 




Vitalizing Note Struck by Mon- 
treal Divine — Inattentive- 
nesS' to Public WorsKip in 
Canada 



■•■r!ii> nwiMs of i\\<- pt'oplc In Omiada arc 
nii.n. i.iii.l iiiurr h,;i i l.iiUvo In iho ne.-il 
t'ur publu- worslii 



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lorwaiil InipiilN' 
rii>0'l>- "1' Hii- I ! 

we h.i\ '■ In-rn ;■ 

tiari UriiiLipli'S i 
anil poUtitiul liti 
nilHsed tlio ' utk' 
Isni." Profos.sui 
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nie Ki'oal 

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I, |.M,,, Willi. ■ N,. 

hi'!)' 1 1 Ml ■' ( '111 1 

r',< Ticlul. inilu.slrial 

I (ii. nation, \v« have* 

I ,.i.|ii.al iol' 'lOvangel- 

I. liland, oL' MrjnL- 

■. as lOHiion.sible for llie above 

made a Hlrlking appeal for a 



WllUamette, when thai etcarnQr was 
wn-ckod near Union Bay. 



AMUSEMENTS 



Wldt.'apix-ad tovlvuUst movement In the 
Methodist church at last nth'ht's se.'islon 
of tho generiil conference, 
"—'rhe revival of the evangelistic tipte 
Is the g-reat need of the church." he 
said. "When we return to our homes 
we will be queatUmed, and n6t without 
ri'a.son. about what we haye done In re- 
moving the, list of practices with regard 
to moral conduct; we will bo questioned 
about our action regarding church unlonr 
But If wo go back with a decjjjlon to re- 
vive KvanKellstlc methods in the chui-ch 
1 believe that there will be wlUe.spread 
joy throughout our whole connexlo.n. 
The people of our church believe that 
this conference will do somoihinK thiit 
will thrill the nation. That something 
must be along tho )lneH of rCvangeliuni. 
Our Sunday night meetiuRs are almost a 
thing of the past. Other features of our 
creed are going, or are gone. Pastoral 
visiting is not so strong or widespread 
as it used to be. If these things are 
gjowing weak we can aff«)rd to withhold' 
emphasis from other matters and return 
to the vitalizing influences of Kvangel- 
isni. To enforce the -gospel, we must 
personalize the goal we ore seeklnjr. 
Tliai la the object of Evangolism. This 
movement must not be tlie business of a 
special season. It' must pr-ivail from 
day to day. from month to" month, and 
throughout the years." 

Professor ' Bland's app«al, which 
aroused the enthusiasm of the delegates, 
arose through a report of t.fie commit- 
teetee on Kvangelfsm. This report re- 
commended the appointment of a power- 
ful committee to deal with the 'subject 
torlng .the «Snsulng. quadrennlum. Oen- 
eral Swperlntendent Dr. S. D. Chown, 
Rev. Dr. T. E. .Shore, of Toronto, and 
Rev. Dr. 8. P. Hose., of Toronto, spoke 
strongly on the nfeod of a revivalist 
movement. The report has been refer- 
red back to the committee, who will con- 
fer with the Bi)eakers mentioned and 
putltpe methods whereby an evangelistic 
campaign wUl be inaugurated throughout 
Canada, , , ' ' ' • 



Pantages Theatre. 

This afternoon an<l toiUKht will be 
the last upptTtunity Un- weulng Ihn 
great l<'It/.slninions-Ijang- light pic- 
tuc<-'.s. To those Intcri'siicil In boxlnK 
or iiUKlli.sni these lJic■t^m■^i gur a:i In- 
troiHtlMB llfty niinuteji. 

Next week I'Mschor'a. jtoiul Khow u£ 
vaudeville "tourists will oceupy the 
Johnson street theatre with a big 
specialty jii-oKrainnie composed of si.x 
vauileviile, features with Iho .■ulmi" 
sioii prices reduced lo iluc and ::u 
conlH. 

New Grand Theatre, 
Tlu- .Vi'w i;r-.inii ilieatre perfonu- 
iiuce, with i^eonard i.,oule and (iil- 
lette. as the lieadlliier.s, which has been 
jiiiiuing all tlie week, will \)n wl.th.,7 
i.iiiwu loniKht after the aecohd show. 
The Orand has done Immense bual'» 
nesy, on this show all the week, as it 
hat. ni'i 111'- popular taste exactly. 
Tlio olii' r .11.- are the yenltlan Btjig- 
ers, ai. II. II. ill .'dinging act, Stuart 
KoUin.s iiijii 111'' .Misses Ctai^mon «Lnd 
Allison, hanjoi-st^, Harry Crosby and 
Anna r,ee in "Back Home," ' George 
Stolces and Carrie Ryan, In a song and 
dance act, and the regular attrac- 
tions. Next week's bill Is figured as 
the strongest for the past three 
mdnths. • 



_♦ 



FOREST FIRES 



Heavy Outbreaks at Sooke and Above 

Chemainus 



WARDS TO ENTER 
SOCCER LEMOES 



N. W. A.A. Athletes Will Fig- 
ure in All Local Football 
Competitions Tliis Season- 
Club Elects Officers 



- _Aifr extenslvft ror<?st nre has now btien 
^urnlng for upwards of ten days past 
on the farther side of Sooke Lake, a 
considerable quantity of second grade 
timber ofi^Bald and neighbor moun- 
tains having been destroyed. The road 
gang of twelve, at last reports was do- 
ing good work toward the subjugation 
of the fires, for the entire suppression 
of which, however, a fall of rain is es^ 
I sentlal. 

A forest fire h&s been burning be- 
tween Chemainus and Ladysnilth and 
lis proving troublesome.' Thirty men 
I are fighting it. • 



A decision to enter teams in the first 
and second soccer divisions as wellas 
in the junior league, tho appointment 
of a com-mittee to consider the possi- 
bility of securing new and commodious 
club quarters, tho \Vindlng up of the 
busin<>'ss of the summer a.thletlc sea- 
son, and the election of ofticers is a 
brief summary of the inislness trans- 
acted at the annual meeting of tho 
North Ward chib held last evening. 
There was a large attendance, the 
chair being oeciipied by l^resldent Ed, 
Christopher., • , i , 

■One of the flrst" matters dealt with 
was the election .ot bew, oftlpors which 
resulted as foHows: Honorary Presiv 
dent, Russ Humbcf; lion. Vice-Presl- 
de'nts, H. Q. Hnss, Ceor^e Jeeves and 
Mr. Taylor; President, E. Christopher; 
vice-president, J. Darters; secretary, W. 
BlaJte; treasurer, JByron Johnson; ex- 
ecutive, .!D. Noel, tE. Taylor and O. 
Cousins; trainer, H...l'ettlcrew. 

•A report was received tellliig of the 
lacrosse season artd recounting the 
BuocoBHca of th o ('li i 4)'B t e am w in th e 



WILLIAM 



JOLLIFFE 
GOES TO 



WRECK 



Salvage Tug Sent to Assist in Work of 
Floating the C.P.R. Steamer 
Princess May 7 



The tug William Joliffe. of the B.C. 
Salvage C^ompany, left Umt night for 
Sentinel Island to hall the stranded 
steamer Princess May ftom the rbaks. 
The steamer Santa Cruz was unable 
to move the wrecked C.P.R. liner. A* 
the vesseU-is ashore is United States 
waters It was necessary tu obtain per- 
mission from the Washington authori- 
ties to despatch the big salvage tug 
north to engage In this work. Pei;- 
niissinn was similarVy given some ycara 
ajfo to United States wrecking 'vessels 
to aid the steamer Montara, then the" 



A Representative 
Example 

Of the Great Dramatic 
Soprano 

Celestina Boninsegna 

.Are presented this month in 
Goliimbi.a DGiible Di.sc Rec- 
ords; The most critical au- 
diences bi the „wofld have 
paid their trifnttes of es« 
leeiTi and roirard to the utt- 
surpassed (lualii-y and range 
of licr capabilities' in vocal 
and dramatic art. To pro- 
perly describe these tiew 
Columbia Records would be 
li.trcl indeed. TKe best way 
im appreciate her singing i.'H 
to ronie here and hear her 
,,;i t hr-'- -f-nrds. ' •'■■■■'■ ;.. 

• •..*', i>>rnani-— Krnani. 
l-lv'With Mr. ( trrhcstra 

mpaninu-nt. 

l,a Forza del Dcstino 

( '• infiirt Mr. I )v;iv 1 .1 ii'fl. 
< ■ iiiipaninK'n! . 

Price $4.00 



ed that they 'were not advocating un- 
ion out of any ladk of loyalty to 
MttlliiMllani, hut because they soug-ht a 
Krcater benefit. These churches all stn.-k 
union bi'cauMO tliey btiliovc they can 
better aC'CiJini'llsh thoh- purposojS. If 
this basis i.s not ai-ceottnl the greatiir 
good iu view will be ffldetiiillely post- 
poned. Wo must all make some com- 
promise, but tliose conipronilses are not 
of any essentials. It Is said that the 
doctrines In the iiasl.s have a Calvln- 
istic lUi\'or In llic .same .sense, the 
I'iKlith chapter of ItoniaiiH iind the flr.st 
ehai)ter of Epho.slan.s lia\ c a .similar 
llavnr. Many pa.isa.ges in the scriptui'e 
set fortlT the .soverelKiity of CJodanil 
the tree will of man. No man hna been 
able fully to recqncllo tin- t..\ii 1 iMugliia 
as Ihey are in the Lilble 

In reference to evantfeli.sni ).■ s;iM 
that the spirit ol' evatiffelism v..t.s 
;iliroad in the land every'where. .Many 
I'.atures of the cUts.4 mftetlnx h'a<] 'been 
liic'orporate'il in the 1 'hristiii 11 .Kiideav- 
or niovenieiit, \\ .■ wmilii m.t go Itack 
to our own ineihcrl.s ,, or former tim.es. 
The proposed union would iict iSi.^ a 
mighty lmi)elus 00 moral reforms. 

KcVi Or. (irilfln. the. oldest delegate 
lit the. general co.(iference, next spoke. 
Ho was opposed not to union per se, 
but' to the proi)osed union. He depre- 
cated the use of ridicule in this debate. 
He was saddened by hearing those op- 
posed to the movement held up to ridi- 
cule. Ho vvas surprised at hearing a j 
man say that this basis was as per- j 
feet as legal minds could make it a;|il I 
iit, the .same time some And the Blbie j 
full of Imperfectionsi He had not got 
that far yet. . ~ | 

He wasn't too surie that this j move- ! 
ment Was of God. The Lord didn't a,p- ! 
prov6 of movements that took away tli«i 1 
tlrst rights of his aged servants. Dr. 
tiriflln Is tlie treasurer of the super- 
annuation fund and knows its consti- 
tution from the bottom up. His address 
was largely taken up showing tha t the 
union dirt not provide adequate pro- 
tection for the five or six hundred 
claimants on the superannuation fund. 
In regard to doctrine we had surren- 
dered everything and he would defy 
an.v man to show 'where the Presby- 
terians had surrendered anything. 

Mr. Irwin Hillyard followed in a 
speech of great vigor. He was not sat- 
isfled with the doctrinal basis on the 
deity of Christ. The clause was weak 
and would be the breeding ground for 
ail sorts of unitarian doctrine. Why let 
the bars down? Ministers and college 
professors will take advanta.ge of this 
and not the, laymen. The basis destroy- 
ed the itinerant system and he wais op- 
posed to it on that ground. True, the 
settlement committee were . to meet 
each year or at the call of the chair. 
That would mean they would be called 
In when there was a church quarrel 
on. He was opposed because It would 
militate against the Methodist spirit of 
evangelism. Our greatest enemies are 
those who. say the basis and nothliig 
but the basis. . 

in answer to the criticism that the 
basis had cut out the sx>ecial Method- 
ist doctrine of Immediate sanctlflcatlon, 
Kev. Dr. Stewart said It was plainly 
there and they could 'have It Immediate 
or gradudi as they liked. He remarke,d 
also that theire were never such op- 
portunities for Christianity In the his; 
tory of the world. Has that any slg- 
niflcanc'e now? 

Justice Maclaren had been chairmen 
bf the committee on "Polity." Thlia was 
the (irst opportunity he had of telling 
what was in his heart. He saw legtil 
difficulties In the way. While he 
thought the schieme of polity proposed 
was the best possible he had. at last 



A Treat to Cook With a "Canada 



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made especially for the thrifty 
modern housewife. That it 

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(Iciiii nisi rated in its lar^c .•^ale^. 

Prices 
$40 to $65 . 

See > It I leitV Today . 




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60S Yates Street ^ Cor. Government Street 



Groceries of the Right Kind 
Priced Right 

By COP AS & YOUNG 



various local competitions. The an- 
nouncement was inade amid cheers that 
the three home titles— junior, Interme- 
diate and senior — had been carried off 
by North W'ard. 

W'ith regard to tho proposed ga-me 
between th*} Ward jjnnlors and the 
East (End team of "^'ancoyver; which 
has captured the mainland champions 
ship for the R. C. title thejRC was some 
deWte. Although the Terminal. City 
twelve are considerable- older than the 
locals It was agreed that the 1X.W.A.A. 
would meet them, the match to take 
place on Labor Day «t the Royal Ath- 
letic grounds pribr to the .Victoria- 
New Westminster contest, which Is 
one of the- provincial amateur series. 

There was diacusdlon on ■ the poln,t 
of procuring a hall ft>r basketball next 
winter and it was ie^t to the executive 
to take the necessary steps without de-.- 
lay. On the suggestion of Mr. Il umber 
a committee ,was appointed to go Into 
the question of purchasing property 
and th.« erection of a suitable butldfng 
for the accornmodatlon of the gi-owlng 
association. 

When the club's pa^tianext season's 
soccer was bro»chc<fl thiirfe was pro- 
nounced, unanimity on the rhotlon that 
North Ward enter teams In all local 
leagues. A committee of J. Dakera, E. 
Taylor and F. Sweeney wag nominated 
to line lup the playeta and, organize- the 
eleven. Delp^jratos td the, Football As- 
sociation's meeting, which takes place 
on the night of the Slsl were named 
as follows: James Dakera. and E. Tay- 

That an Invitation dance should bo 
held In the latter part of September 
was another decision reached/ Ar- 
rangements will be made and an- 
nounced later. 

■ ._: ,^ — ; : — , 

The Absentees. 
Th« city streets are bright and gay 

The sun is shining In the square, 
The flowers and grass are fresh as 

Ufty, : — — 

The birds with sljiglng fjll the air; 
But ah! we miss the Ml.ssea fair 
The parasol, the hat,' the gown. 

And, most of all, the «njlles they 
wear; ' > 

Alas! the glfls are oSt of town. 

In town unwillingly we stay. 

The, slaves of drudgery and care, 
Endure .the burden of ^he day. 

And fortune's slings and arrows 
bear; - 

•Tis piuiai th* w«^ we fare,— 
Small: wonder that %e , scbtrl and 
frown, r '' 

And moan like spirits In despair; 
AlasT the girls are out of town, 

\\:e mope about our worK* ftiad tHey— 
Hal there's, the ru&, the' thought to 
..licare— * ■ 

Perchance With dandy duffers stray 
In paths secli,ided'=— I declare? 

Perchance these pretty fellows dare — 

What not? — ^thoir Impudence ia crown 
Whlte-flanneled. fopli^l Jet thero he- 



come to tne conclusion that he couid 
not V'Ote.for it, nor recommend any- 
one dlse to. The basis would allow any 
individual -church to remain outside of 
the union and hold its property back. 
If this should obtain it would embar- 
rass the situation. Those outside the 
union could claim, he thought, a share 
In the book rooms, etc. 

Hon. E. J. Davis spoke ibrlefly. He 
said many had prophesied dlsaster'be- 
fore-tho union of 1883, but that had 
,been a pronounced success. The pecu- 
liar condition of oUr country where 
hundreds of immigrants came tn dally 
calls for a united church. 

Rev. J. W. Cooley in replying to Dr. 
GrifHn said that every 'interest of the 
claimahlR on the superannuation fund 
would be protected. There were posi- 
tive guarantees tp that effect and we 
could trust the people. 

N. W. Rowell, Esq., In an. able and 
clean speech, went thoroughly, into this 
questifjns raised by Justiqe Maclaren. 
He said before this union could take 
place there must bo an act of parlia- 
ment making It legal for the churches 
to go forward. This was where the 
mistake had been "made in Scotland 
and In the United States. All property 
held under our model deed, or, what 
corresponded to It, In thi Other 
churches, was connexlonal and .would 
6ome und,er the union. Property held 
In trust tJy Jocal arrangements might 
remain outside tjie union if the church 
wished It. But this possible reserva- 
tion all the members of tho law com- 
mittee understood was not a serious 
proposlton. Mr. IlowcU closed the de- 
bate of the morning session by a refer- 
ence to the world's missionary con-, 
gress. The foreign missionaries there 
wanted union and said it we did not 
give it to them they would have it 
themselves.. At present they encourage 
comity among the different ch^irfches, 
but the ideal Is, qrganlc union. He 
QAJOted from Wesley to show the broad 
Catholic spirit of. the founder of 
Methodism. 



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: GOVERNMENT CREAMERY BUTTER— ^/i OC 

14-lb. box ..i. ..... tP^.LO 

SCHRAM' FRUIT jars— Pints, per dozen, 65c; ^ | | A 
Half gallons, per dozeti tD I • I U 

PURNELL'S t'URE MALT VINEGAR— . i r^ 

Quart bottle : ; .1 OL 

CLARK'S POTTED MEATS— 9Cr 

4 tins, for .....*.... .^U\. 

Support the Store that Makes tlie Combine Keep Pnces^lJown" 



CoPAS & Young 

ANTI-COMBINER GROCERS 

Corner Fort and Broad Streets 

Phones 94 and 95 Phones 94 and 95 



took place yesterday afternoon from 
the parlors of the B. C. Funeral l-'ur- 
nishlng company. Service was conduct- 
ed in the chapel iby tho Rev. A.. Hen- 
derson, and he also afflclated at the j 
graveside. The hymns "R^ck of Ages" 
and"Jesu Lover of My Soul" were 
sung. There was. a large attendance of I 
friends, and several floral designs were I 
presented. Interment took place In Ross j 
Bay cemetery. 



Marshall 
The funeral of De'nnls John and 
and Reginald Edmund, the sons of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Marsjhall. of Carey 
road, took place yesterday afterncDn 
at 1 o'clock from the Hanna Under- 
taking Parlors. Rev. J. B. Warwicker, 
of the First Baptist church, officiated; 
at the service. Many beautiful flow- | 
ers covered the two small caskets, | 
among them being wreaths from the j 
employees of the W. J. Pendray com- 
pany and the Burnside Baptist Sunday 
schoQl. of which latter named Mr. 
Marshall Is the assistant superintend- 
ent.' ■ . ■■ .. 



Fletcher Bros. 

1 231 Government Street 
Phone 885 



.Mas' I 



ware; 



..jj,* - - ;i 



hi' tilria ■Am otit .(rf~toKirH' 



s . • homeward fnny ihf. dears re- 

lir 
\\ : , .irkling r.ves am.l I'licca brown, 
Willi IIS Ihcii' merriment to' share; 

,M:i';' III' _:irlr-i ;!'•(• out of town. 

ntreal 



IS IN FAVOR OF 

CHURCH UNION 

(Contlnucii ! ) ..ni I'iiKf '1. ) 



MORNING _SESSION 

.Rr-v. J. C. Antllff, D. D., resnn)f>i.l Ih" 
debate on church union, siipportliig It 
In carefully r»lMi<.'ned speech. He clalni-^ 



McNeil 

Tho funeral of little Doris McNeil 
will take place this afternoon from 
the residence of her grandmother, 755 
View street. Interment wilf be made 
In Rosr*Say cemetery. 

The remains of the late John Wil- 
fred Allen, the Infant son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank AlTen will be laid at rest 
In. Ross Bay cemetery on Monday 
afternoon next. The. funeral wllf take 
place from the parlors of the B, C. 
Funeral Fiirnl.shing company at 1.30 
o'clock and at 2 o'clock services will 
be held in the St. Barnabas church. 

Martin 

Thorpmnins of the late Marie Kvel'yn 
Martin were 8hlpi)ed by the ateani.er 
Princes."? Victoria to Now TTcstinlrist'er 
ypsterday afternoon. The little one 
passed away yesterd.Ty morning nt llio 
family rpsidence, 2235 Rose street. Slie 
was fuily throe year.^ of age and a nn- 
tlve of Vernon, Ii. C. Tnlorment wjll 
tnk<^ ' plarc^ 111 New We.'itmlnster. 

P a i-i i 11 o n 

Leon Pa:pi; •■ iiie 

St. Joseph's Ii...-jm;-.i ^^:„\<■i ■•■r- 

noon. Deceased was 75 ye.i no 

.■xnd'was a n^»''-" ■■•' '''-mio Sii;,;,.. i ,.it.. 
nenf Coimty, ■ 'hn last eleven 

> ears he hu. :. inmate of the 

St. Joseph's hospltf^l. Tho cau.se of 
death was heart failure. The funeral 
will take place on Monday ■ morning 
froin the parlor.') uf the "\'I''torla Tln- 
dprtaklng compn ; i. i'. i, ,,iy 

has i)een romovi 

Maylott '^ ' 

I'iie funeral of tho late .Mrs. Maylelt 



Johnston , , 

There passed away on Thursday af- 
ternoon last at the Jubilee hospital 
John Johnston, at the age of 50 years. 
Deceased was born in Ontario and for 
23; years has been a ("ommerclal trav- 
eler, on the road for the Massey-Harrls 
company. He has been 111 for the' last 
two years, and' uame to this city three 
months agcf for his health. There sur- 
vive him, three sons and two daugh- 
ters. The body has been removed to 
the parlors «if the B. C. Fuhe.ral Fur- 
nishing comprtny. The fiirteral has been 
arranged to take' place on Sunday 
afternoon at 2.30 o'cIocOc from the fami- 
ly residence. The Rev. T. E. Tapscott 
will offtclate at lioth the residence and 
at the graveside, interment will take 
place lEi Rosa pay cem etent;. 

. ";■■ ■ '^''■- t ■,'■'"■',■> 

. .;■.. ■ l-«5.8*> 

. ''liiErV Jame$ Leigh, one of the old 
time residents of this city, passed away 
Ht the residence of her .son-in-law. 
Captain J, W. Gidley, 303 Mary street. 
Vlciorirt-West, on Thursday afternoon. 
The deceased wa^ 81 years of age, and 
a native of Wales, coming to this conn- 
try when she was 20 .Ncars old,» settlinw 
u'Orbna. Out., where she resided for 
40 years previous to her coming here 
Her late husband, .lanies I.ilgh, was 
engaged in the milling and machine 
manufacturing busine.ss in Orono, Ont. 
Upon tlielr arrival in this city Mr. 
belgh started thp Leigh Sa.w MilltJ, 
which lnis!nes.s is now being carried on 
by their sons. They are survived by 
their sons John Llewellyn and Sydney 
Mlnton Leigh, both of this city, and 
.•Vlbert Leigh, of Orono, Ont., and 
daughter, M.r.'t. (Ca.pt.) J. W. Oldley. 
The funeral has l)een arranged to take 
place from the rrsidcnro of her son-in- 
law, ("a). tain J. W. Gidley. 303 Mary 
street, Victoria. West, today, at 2:30 
o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Woods will con- 
duct the funeral aer\lces. Interment 
will be made at Ross Bay" cemetery. 





Gt>OD BOY 

AS 





FOR THE COLONIST 
. ROUTE IN 



E8 




A proof of good faitli. The Amal- 
gamated Development Comjfany of- 
fered to give one, thousand dollars to 
any charitable Institution to bo se- 
lected by the representatives of tho 
three newspapers' who went to Inspect 
the' company's oil wells at the Katalla, 
flclds. If conditions were not as tlin 
managament of the company had 
represented., The report of these in- 
dependent witn'---'— after examinlnpr 
the oil wells w > Her than repre- 

sented. 



Tho attention of propert.\'-ownrTR 
is directed to UITU1>1'I'HIC the .Idenl 
Pavement. Non ..j^llppery, rinstless, 
noisole.ss, sanitary and wjiterprorif. 
Fourteen million yards under oontrf-t 
LUer.'Ltiire from <'oluinl)la Bltullthic, 
Limited, I*. O. Box I06«. 



A remarkable i>olnt in favor of tho 
products of the Alaskan Oil Fields, 
where tlie flowing wells of the Amal- 
gamated Development Company are 
situated, Is it.i extremely high com- 
mercial value nfi i-oinpared with thai 
of other sectlon.sof tlie Ameri'-uu 
eimtlnent- J'""r ln.«(tance. In tho pro 
dustlon of gnsollii*- fi-om the crude mi 
repeated rellnemenls have shown n 
less than 30 peir <ei-it. from the Alask . 
Califnrnln, 20 per cent, from Colorad > 
£0 per cent, from Pennsylvania . I'l 
and 15 per cent, frqm Ohio and fnon 
Oklahoma, and 10 per rent, from 
Wyoming. This fact should bo care- 
fully borne in m|,nd by those Intend- 
ing to lnve?)t their money In oil Ptockip. 



r^ ji^mim\fWX!Mimiifi^ ^''t, • 



VICTORIA DxVILY COLONIST 



Saturday, Aurjust 27, 1910 



H 



m 



Special Reductions 



Fancy Glass Lamp Shades in viiriou^, linl^. 
. each, 75c\ Special Reduction 

Prismatic Lamp Shades- povNcrful ri'fK'r,ii"ii. 
each. 5'n-. Special Reduction ...".....-.. 

Adjustable Table or Desk Lamps, muIimImi 
lv(.\y'ulai- jMicc .^ i.-'5. Special Reduction . . 



Kc'i^ular prici', 

:25^' 

Ki\i;ul.ir priiT, 

.........35^ 



sfia.oo 



Hinton Electric Co., Ltd. 




In Woman^s Realm 




University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




Xrrias Term Commences Sept. 6th 

At 9 :3o a.m. 

F iftee n Acres of Playing Fields 

, . . ^^^-i)^ Spacious New Brick Building. 

Accommodatiori for ttzo Bordersr' ■■ ' - « ^, . 
Chemical Laboratory : Org-atiized Cadet Corps : Musketry In- 
struction : Football and Cricket: Gymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Range. 
"RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. •' 

WARDEN: / . s 

Rev. W. W. Bolton, ALA., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS:. 

R, V. Harvey, M.A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond. Unir., 

assisted by a resident staff of University Men, 

For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 



HERE AND THERE | 

I \'iiiin;< H:ii'l,s will) .are BoliiM I" l.in j 
iiMclii I s \\ ]\\ cltlior foiurii i" li'mh t 
.«< Iioci!, . iit'M . .illeg'c .flassk'M "r k" I" 

inoriiui! srhijiil lliis I'l'iii It in ki'MMi;; 

■ \" ' H. uinIerstoQil t'lui ,i w'Mii.ih ^r .1 

! m;i n w iM . iiil I'li'l'- 1.1 i.Mcl) r,i iiiiDi ' 
kjii.i\\ I ' ■ ' 111 11 ii III li,i \ f ,1 iiiiiiJ too 
UH.Ml (irvciopcl Th)'^ iH .I.-- il ■li'iiiM 111. ■ 

j Hut llu-Kii'l w hii ml<iiiU !.■ 1m' :i : M" 

I Wl il .■! i- ■ V . ! ' ..I't, ! ■-.Itl.-Jlleil ,11 .-ll' 

111 ll- 1 , 111' ,1>,. . . ■■! I ■!!- ,lle., SIM' ■■111' ! 

i 11 ; i-ii 1 ^,:. -■!,■ , ' .1 ; r ll-uillilw: ' ■ ■ 

• ■ <'■'■• -■!■ '11 .11-1 ! ' 'M nppUeH '.•■• .1 
s;i i.iijnn. She may, iiv rfaUy iiiid cxi.i'i i . 
1' Ii r work but iior knoNvledgt- in so 
j liniiti'd that .she i-an only Ije tr.tiated 
with tlic mf>»t in>chanifal duties. It is 
(•thprwise -with the girl who huH had j 
time fo^ reading and who has sonifl 
1 little ac'qualnlance with Latin "and m 
j li>ast one modern langr'uage. It Is truc^ 
I tliorf Is work for the younger, more 
inoxiterlenccd and less thoroughly edu- 
I rated girl to do but her salary will be 

low jind her promotion slow.. 
! The better educated girl will learn 
inuoh more quickly to fit herself for. a 
responsible jjosltion where she can 
command a better salary. A still great- 
er advantage Ilea In the fact, that a 
gfrl of eighteen Is better lifted to go 
out Into, tW world than one of six- 
teen. ' • ^ 

There are. of . course, parents who, 
cannot afford to leave their girls at 
.Kihool longer and still who want them 
lo be typewrlter.s. In .such cases every 
one must do what seems wisest. But 
lor those who can afford to keep their 
(laughters at school longer It is wise 
to consider that not only tlvu-worker, 
hut the woman will \\c the i i ottwr t he 
!iiore s'he learns. 



llierp Were no nued ol' inspection. Hut suiijcct of .miMrtiMiK m.-^ \slhi 
cycr.\'\vhiM-i- ' wh(M'(- inen arc worlclug' nteniltoi-s oi tin M.-ihoiUsi 
there ar, Mih-r mi'u. wlvottf ,l)uslnc.sa I'Tlit- cotifrTcncy h.. i, .i ,- 
il is iM ... ihai ilii.s \vorl< is (liii^t'; , Wincing and </aia|. 1.1., 11,1^ ani 



■Inn .■!, 



III. II 



1(1 lit' 



-, .. . lor 

i |)l I 'I'll I > .l.iUU. 
• itril \\ itlloUt 

I'll'. (.'iigiticu'r 
hi Mi.-^ Itoilcrs 
I . . an not be 
,1 imnest'ly and 
iii.s iilaiits dc- 



rii.r. i.s a difference between the 
plulanthropy that would make the 
imnlshment of a criminal tend towards 
his reformation andthe false sentiment 
iv-hlch enduces s<ime kind-hearted peo- 
ple to try to Interfere with the course 
of Justice, or the, misplaced sympathy 
which I'rfinpts the sending of flowers 
and mesages.'of afl'ection tw a- criminal. 
No mutter how heinous the yrlme 
may be of. which a man has been found 
xiillty there may always be found peo- 
ple ready to sign a petition for his 
' release oi^ the commutation of his sen- 
tence. In many parts of the United 
States, where the courts are more In-, 
lluenced by public opinion than is the 
ca.se Iti Canada, it is. dlfftcult to ob- 
taiii the conviction of certain classes 
of wrongdoers or to fenfortc It after 
it has been obtained. 

In o ur, own country the case is dif- 
ferent. But there are many wiio, if 
they could, would interfere with the 
'course of- justice to the groat Injury, 
'uotorily of society, but of the wrong- 
' iloer. Leniency Is not the same thing 
jas mercy. It Is well foi- wonven to try 
1 to see clearl.v the difference between 
j right and wrong for they have much 
to do wttn creating the 8tantiard.s of 
i.nduct in the community. 



liKlU, I'^vcry gaUK 
'iiitci uutist tiavi' not .ml^ .1 
I' .lirecl tile woik, I. Ill 111 I 
■.'• -i-e that it ha.s i.. 
J''iw buildings 111' 
(■(piKstaui ■ .oversit;iii 
iii'i-! I If watehe(,i 
I.- -i.'.i PYiilt . grow 
'1 i.^icil ^u 'pack !ii - ! 
111.' imrseryuiaii n..- 
'troyed because he haa not taken the 
lU'cLiiutioh to keep out infected plants. 
-\ My great . public, work,^ whetUcr 
I'lidge -or, railroa'd or buitiling -must 
be mspecied vigilantly (l/uring ,the 
whole course ot! its construction. Tho 
schools mu.si be thspecled or the chil- 
dren wil+ b>' neglected or* ruined. And 
«o it goes (Ml from the highest\ to the 
,JjiWost UepartiTicnt of human labor 
in our country. It Is quite true tliat. 
In many cases the Inspector isj 11 
leachci'. He not only flnds-^uult, but 
corrects the evil he discovers and 
shows how it may be avoided in fila- 
ture. Not seldom, however, it Is his 
business to detect dishonesty in order 
that it hnay bt; punished. 

A'ery recently it was discovered In 
Xew York that « -system of cheating 
hud been thii ,conBequence of a law 
Inspection of weighty and measures. 

Is all thlsf' to go on forever, is 
there no such .thing- as making a gen- 
eration of workmen and workwomen 
who will lake a pride In (heir calUwg 
and scorn to neglect or slight their 
work '.* , — 

There aVe .sonie~p&rts of— Europe 
where certain crafts are taught by 
father to soii for generations. There 
are bulldiugM which have stood the 
test of ag«;a and the beauty and per- 
fectloA of thi Ir workmanship is the 
admlratloh of travellers. Among our- 
sflves sui ll cunsctentlous woriuwuis^. 



flaver^al Ladies' College 



TORONTO 



Principal, TWISS.XN-QX-_ 



-\- 



RE-OPENS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th 

TliorQUgh education on inodcrn lines. Preparation for honor 
matricitlation and other examinations. Separate Junior School, 
DornQstic science" department, gymnasium, out-door, games, 
skating rink and swimming bath. 

F6r illustrated calendar and- prospfectus apply to- the 
Bursar. 

R. MILLICHAMP, • " 

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer. 




VVliat an' Itnniense saving there 
Aould be la the Industrial world if 



BRUNOT HALL 



SPOKANE 



IPPERCANADA 



TORONTO 






LEGE 

FOUNDED 1829 




CANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 



Aul.ma Tcr^bcgln, nn Tucsd.ny, S^ptrm- Co»».. J'^^^ Hnivcrsity, -Royal M-'W 
Ex-m/JuoM for Entranctr Scholarship.. Semor and Prfp«ra<<iry SrhooU in separate 
S.turtL"»rptc^bir 17th. t.iuldmg*. Evrn- mo<lrrn equipment. 
H. W. AUDEN, M.A. (Camhrid^e), Principaj 75\<> 

■sam 



I A>i i irt»**«*w^ ^^iA m k»* II 



S./ Boardtag and Day School for Olrl*,. 

A- church schooh v.'hose aim Is the 
Tver.y best In Instructor^ arid equipment- 
Cheerful, hoi.nellke. bulldlng.s; whole- 
some climate; gymna.^luni, music hall; 
private tlieatrlcals.. }«pecial features ar» 
thf^ art studio, glvjng Instruction In 
different art bi-anches and the mualc de- 
partment , with Its staff of foreign 
trained Instructors. lOrtlficate admits 
to .-^inllh, Wellesley and other eastern 
colleges. For furthcj^ information, ad- 
drees, . 

JULIA r. BAILEY, Principal. 

Spokane. Washington. 

St. George's 
School 

Rock-lancl Kvrnwr. Vlctorlm B. C. 
RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOIi 

ro» aiBi<B. 

Dj-awlng, French and German classes 
are given to outside ptiplls If desired. 
Moderate fees. ,. Staff of I-^ngllsli ladle.^. 

Xnias term begins September 1 ; board- 
ers return August 31. , 

Illustinff.il proni'Ttiis I'n nppllcatlon, 

PKINCIPAI., MSS. SUTTIB. 



tmmm 



-t 



rOKOiN i 
CONSERVATORY 
OF- MUSIC 

EDWARD rinHKR, M^S. BOO. 
MtrSICAL DIRECTOa. 



RE-OPENS 

Aftf^r the Summer Holidays 
Thursday, Septerahwf 5Mrt»- , 
s I 1 for I6(»-J>«mW Yettt Book. 



ASHBURY COLLEGE 



aockoUffe, Ottawa 



ReaidcMlttlftt School £of Boys 

Accommodation for. 60 J^gsrders ami 
lOO day boys. .lMtg,e. new flrppt,oof 
buildings. Ten acres of grounds, n 
Gymnaslurh, beau4tfuUy situated <i'ii 
Bide city. . , 

special Freparatlo/ for B. M/ O. 

In 1910 entranc<" /.XMnitiiivtlrpri/ for Ft. 
M. C.,, the 'school Jt)tnti,lod flrM place 
on liw, and nil lt.«' raMd/dateH ypassed. 

School reopens .■/ept.enibcr \k, 1!>10. 




Corrig College 

Beacon .'3111 Park Victoria, B. C. 
Sclocii. Hlgh-«rade IJay and 
Hoarding College for Boys of » 
to ifi years. Kt-iflnernents of 
well-appointed gentlemen's homo 
ill lovely Beacon HIU Park. Num- 
ber limited. Outdoor, sports. I're- 
p^rcd*for Business Ulfe or f'ro- 
fi'HMtonal or I'lilvcr.'jlty exainlna- 
tlouH. Foes Inclusive and strict- 
ly moderate.. A few vacancies at 
niitiimn term. September laf. 
'Piimipal J, W. CHTJF-CH, Wr a' 



»hi|» raises the workers to the place 
of captains fif industry. Hut th«* 
tjme will come In Canada. If our 
country Is' to be great and honored 
when every piece of work turned out 
of our luctorlfH will be the best of 
Us kind. When from the grea,test en- 
gineer to the tiuiublest artisan nothing 
thtut skill and cure can-do~tso' perfeet 
wprii will bi neglected. 

Everj- in^thi'r and every t .ii !u.r 
who guide's Tittle fingers to acconi- 
l^llsh the simplest tasks honestly 
brings that -day nearer and when it" 
conies Wf may have architects lind 
painters and poets the great inaster 
craftsmen of the world. 

In all pan w of the Kmpire the jirob- 
lem — i)f iliinnKiBttc BBrytre — tHceS the 
l>t-ople and cm ryi^che^'e the same rem- 
edies afe proposed. In a New Zealand 
paper, it i.« said that the premier, Sir 
Joseph Ward, states that the ultl- 
nmtiH solutiiyi of the d.omestic 'help 
prohlenv lies in the pr6per training 
of. the , girls of thHt Dominion for 
househoUl work. But h.- admits that 
this will take u ,^101:15 time and that 
something shouht ' le done In ,tho 
meantihie lO rcHeve overtaxed hmise- 
wlves. .\re trty- people of New Zea- 
■ land <iulte .sure that even wheti their 
own thrughters have l<-arned how to 
work the.v will be willing, either lo 
assist ill thelf own home or go to 
work in those Of otlurs? It nfilst 
tje confessed that we -In Canada, — do 
not feel sure that the dotriegtlc ser- 
vlce problem wHnVe HOlvcd when the 
gclujois have accomi.lished all that is 
hoped and When cyery girl who leaves 
them will be" titled to do the work of 
the honi«%. There will still be the; 4l«- 
rnand for' labor of other kinds and 
we cannot expect .that all our teach- 
ers, stenjographers, drissmakers not 
to mention our factory girls, will turn 
cooks 'and housemaid."* What will re- 
stilt. 'we hope, will lie that no wife.or 
mother will enter upon hi'r duties Ig- 
iif>rant or unprepared. 

The women of New Zealand, how- 
ever, are not willing to wait pt'ulent- 
ly till their cUittg'hters are ready to 
help themv and us we know, th-e wom- 
en of that, pjirt' of the woria have, 
votes, and the power to put their 
wishes Into effect. One of these 
ladies proposed at a meeting recent- 
ly, that the lnter\al could be spanned 
c>ver by bringing •nit" a number of 
y oung girls from the. Old Country as 
>\urdH of the state and allowing them 
to tackle service In private families 
under the special supervision of the 
labor department, it appears that It 
was part of the scheme to fix the 
wages of the girls at a low rale and 
to force them to remain at service 
for four or. five years, unless In the 
Interval, they i>nnrriert. A plan which, 
from the point of view of the speaker, 
seemed very suitable, does not com- 
mend Itself to the editor of the paper. 
He points out .that servants, as well 
its other peop,l(e, should bo "able to 
take advantages of changes In the 
lubor market and that In a free coun- 
try no one should be compelled to tlo 
any sort of work agiilnst ht«r will. 

It la Interesting to learn that m 
Wellington, as ,well as In Victoria, 
the woman who has o.jly u moderate 
income Is often In great straits for 



of otljer amuHc.iiieiU.s 
III llie foultiote, iire riRtit - 1 .i-n. 
iiiit it .does say thm it miKln 1 • '- 
left , to thfe coniiclencc iJLl_i:iAi:li 1 • 1 
her of the church to, decid« in ' ' 
nmusements he or' sft,e can n;;,.*.,'- 
v^'ithout, sin. T;h,at this' i^ accurdinjj 
to; the iirihclples of Christian lilJorly 
ulJ„must See, and it 'Cain scarcely he 
*]lOubteU tViat it will tend to an in- 
■crease in true morality. 



Is it possible for tile- clt.v council to | 
pass a regulation fi&'bldlng tlio . ex- ' 
posiire of fryitjs weW as -other fooil 
t'.> the dust of the streets The earth 
\\lilch is being turnel up Is unplean 
iiH, of course, alitiost all cltysdiist m.ust ^ 
be. it Is hnpossilile to kiCep grupes j 
and plums, peaches and cherries from! 
being covered with this if they are! 
left outsde. It Is true that" tlie house- 1 
wife who, buys them cun wash them. 
We are told on ihe best .luthorlty that ; 
clean water cannot hurt the llavor of j 
any fruit. But there is a great denl j 
of this fruit that doos Hot go Into th<! 
homes — U Is bought by children and 
w orkmen, and used In restaurants. It | 
Would lie Interesting to know what the \ 
medical health otfii.-cra thinks about 1 
this subject. One would not like to i 
put the. dealers to unnecessary troilble; i 
but the health of the pulilic is a mat- 
ter that deserves consideration. - ■ 



% 



"Canned Music 



»♦ 



What Would 

Just as 



A well i<»(own composer of music termed records "canned muiic, 
and since /this rema'rl< was made it i':; r-eiinarkable the enormous de 
mand there has . been for music •■canned" m this way. 
the world today do without its canned edibles of every- i<ind 
important as canned meals are to the animal appetites of millions of 
people, i^o is "canned music" to the musical appetites 'of millions in all 
parts of the earth. 

Thu best brands of "canned music" are the Edison and Victpr, and 
we can dispense every 'can" that (.8 marketed. -, ^• 

Don't be satisfied with inferior .bran,ds vyhori iliift bWt can be had 
for the same prices. - ,.:' ,. » .. . 



-,M. 

l.Arfe«»t I>if^ 



W. Waitt & Co., Ltd. 

Caniipd Music. 



Miior, i>n<i -Vi-ctor i3r;«Kls 'of 
1004 Government Street 




[M-tKim immit ' mKmJim.u ' .j [ mmri} m ^i.iikJ srmrrMtKm!tciMtm 



Don't Miss These N ice 
"PrLine Flunis . - 

TODAFpiSTBASKET^ONSFisc" 



Fre»h Creamery Butter, 3 lbs 

Fresh Dairy Butter, per lb 

Fre.sh Eastern Eggs, per dozen 




There- are so many bylaw* to be 
TTTrted on on Monday that the»"e is a 
danger that those upori"w^ilch every- 
bcdy Is agreed may be overlooked. 
Everyone knows that we need a new 
lBohit|un hospital, but unlese- a cer- 
tain proportion of the ratepayers vote 
fo r th e bylaw there will be further 
uelsryr Every woman vvho has a vote 
shoul d ta ke the -trouble to cast her 

ballot In fav.>r of this . hyJa\v But-i 

there are hundreds of women wjio are ! 
not voters, who between now and , 
Monday, can influence those who have 1 
to htlp In erecting an isolation hos- j 
pftal aulted to the needs of Victoria. 1 
Th4s— is a mutter that especially con- j 
cerns the chjIUren for It la not often I 

^hat ei)ldemlc8 break out ariiongj 

edults,. We need an lsolation___lu!B.- j 
pital wh e r e s it k c hildren can be ca.rtd 
tor in the very best way, and It will! 
be our own faults If we do -not 
as soon a,s It' can oe.iniHu 



The Saiiiid£i's Grocery Co., Ltd. 

f^^n P,;,rfVqin ('cntrc 561 JohnsoH Street 



Phone 28 



iBntmnarfWffntnrBnmrw "r ■ unnmm maeomjksimneaM 



Are any, Steps being taken in "Vic- 
'trrrla to collect Inforiniaion- for the 
commLtalpn on techiUcal education? 
In St. John. It Is said that all the in- 
formatlinn the commission needed was ! 
at its dlsvMJSal cm its arrival in that 
(ity. It la Important, both for the 
Shke of the young peopjic and for that 
of the city, that all tliAt can be lefirrt- 
ed of the Industries, present and pros- 
pective of Victoria, shall be presented 
in a form that m'ay be readily exam- 
ined. The- Wa.^aan:« C-ouncll decided 
t^t their annual meeting* that there 
was a need of technical schools for 
girls (n Canada. Does fhAt need exist 
In Victoria, and if H does wha,t 
bfc-ancheff of skilled labor should i>is 
taught.? ' , 




You Never Saw 
Is Saw 

R, whole lot moil- meat than a 
customer wants just to make 
sales. Wo- don't have to. We 
make sales and steady' customers 
too by giving people Just exactly 
what they want of. the choicest 
meats we can get. .^^nd sfr~good 
are our meats tlialt we notice peo- 
ple always <)rder a larger quan- 
tity' the second time. Try It. See 
our windows' for prices. 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATES ST 

PHONE 514 



vy^ 



James Bay Academy 



rOBTT 



OONEEBiVATOtnr SOMOttli Or 

EXPRESSION 



^dtxA i«it mXtmhv to /,..:'B*v. > ;.■.., 
Woollcombe, M, jS. (0xoh), 

- i" Head Master. 



1'. 



TrliiMy 
College 
School 

Porl Hope, Oiil. 



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Kxtensi' '■ r.;i,v- 

pround.H, iiirgc 

(iymnn.'iium, ykat- 

iiig Rinks, etc. 

liny-! propfircd for the Fniverjiities, 

Roval' Miiitaiy f'ollege. and HiisiiicsR. 

Wperial !ittc:il.ion piv^n to yoiuiirer bovR. 

NeTi iTtn bcs:""^ f''<'P' '' ^''^' '"'^ ' 

mii.Kl, report uu iiept. i;i. 

/■>;>- ( nlrtiiinr itnrf all ififormaimn 
"-V. OSWitn RP3Y, M. A. (Cainbrldar). U..B. 

PORT MOrt. ONT. 



rOHT-c rOURTM YFA>« 

Wyk(>bam Hall, 
^trcirhtlU '^"''''6^St.,Toronto 

Q. i i ^ Rfsidfniial and 
S^fliniU l)ayS'ii(Htllor(,irIs. 

i'ull ,Matriculatiun Couirc as wfil a.s 
elementary work, Domestic Arts.. Mu.sic - 
and Paintinff. Centrally situated, yet with 
larg;e grounds. ' Lawns for Tennl.si and 
o'ther games. Skating Rink and. good/. 
Gymnasium. For Calendar apply fa,-' ' /' 

"School r6-open« Soptembor I3th, 1910 
at 10 a. ui.. 



School. 

-Kull matrlcju- 



A Priu.ito Hl(fll 

Acatleiii ' lit- 

latlon in two y.-ui-. StudOTits prepared 
for B. C. X.. 8. and other exa mlnatifyns.. 
Splendid MtKtrloulatton EucceBiSes This 

.Sunvmpr. •' ..,^ ,-"':-; - ' ' ' ' l ■ ' ' •- 

(•ommerejftl Depftrttn^fir '^^ A fully 
f-qulpried modern Ijtislness college In 
cliarge of an experienced commercial 
fipe/la'ilst, a g()iyi»--mp(fit1-lst In tirx-gg 
Shorthand; Tcyi , hooks^.'f (irnl'ibed free 
to students of this departinent. Day 
(ind evening riii^sr.i Adilrr.'^t; nU In- 
• inlries to 

Tlio IPrlTii ipnl, Jamew Bn ■,/ Ar.Tdgniy 
P'lonc KO-i,, 186 Merl'., :,ii»«t 

Queen's Academy 



371.') R-nrlt B.i.y Aua'iup. 



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umiversity school for 

CIRLS 

riive-%Vr>!ley House, Onk n;i,v. Vic- 
toria, n.O., hlgb-griide day and board- 
ing wchool for younj? i.-idi'-s of all 
Hgfu, All siibjo'-ts tH" ' ' Pros- 

lioctus on applloatlo.i. 



.\ ,i\- f;r.|ir..ot fir i; : I ; , r--' n!' :ir-i«<, 

Rc-lpens Thursday, 
September 1 

Thorough, prarllcal Instnicllon given 
In all Kngll.'«h siiliJPCtM a.«i woU as In 
the lilglier hrnnfbPs of nhi'l>- 

r>\)r furthrr InformatlMii .nil on or 
HdilroHS " D. POPE, I.I.. D., 

fhone laoo, i'llnrlpal. 



blip. While, everything goes oh well, 
tin- mother of i'our or five children 
can. If .slie Is capable, nnd willing to 
d'Miy herself some not^Ial pleasures, get 
ilong, very happll.v. She can do the 
simple cooking and keep Mr house 
in order and Her children clean and 
neat. On a holiday she can go with 
them to the country or, the park If 
she choQseH. Her husband can re- 
lieve her on .Sunday and If she WiBhejf 
lo do so, i'lllovv her to go to churt'h" 
There are hundreds of families who 
live In this way, In Vlctorlp nnd are, 
perhaps, to be envied by some of 
their neighbors who have nO diffi- 
culty in getting servants. 

Bot rhcrc (ire limes tyhfelt life Is 
hard. Tf the baby gets' sb-k' or If the 
mother 'hrTseir Is not well, tho need 
of help i.s greatly felt. The husband 
would be willing to pay rnoderato 
Wiigea for a short. time. Tn the end,' 
he has very , pr(>biil>!,\' to engage a 
nur-- • ' work whirii a little tlmrly 
b''l!' hiivc nifidf itiincceHHirf.w 

.MiKl'i ).- i 11 bint be taken In such I 
rnncH froin (lie Vict Or I it Order of j 

I "^'iir.si^.H',' I'oiilfl not n number of . - 
'!'• girls Hiiiko a good' lUiii- 
■r-'iidin!-' -V '■--■• 1- -■..-?< rnrh diiv In ns^ - ;, ,,,,1 

, ' 1^1 iii.i.; riiiv •■ II" ,.ii,- ,,f I 1-1,.,- , I 

i I he - • - " •■ ' ■ ■■■:-'.. , 

i ..hk! , , 

rill i i 

I 'll,- ■ - ■!: -I-,- 

llilK .:.., : . ,:,,, ,;,- ,< /. ,-, • ■ ;,. . 

.vond the means of riiiilll> ire 

not well-to-do and tluii;.'* ;.- 1, ; the 
sort of work that la need^'d. This Is 
only advanced as a hint nrid^lbls col- 
umn Is open to any piiKge.«iHon of' 
what 1.1 llkch- to meet thi.s iicod 



ROP miK 




West End Grc cer/s 
Bigjatorday 
Fruit Bargains 



,\pple.s, today 8 lbs. 
,. . ..25c 

rd C?rav>ea per bas- 

....,.-: 75c 



r.'itrving p 



iches per 

$1,10 

basket 
... 25c 

Klne Local Apples, per box $1,,25 



Plums, (ler 



Member of Victoria Firm Re- 
turns From Pfairies and 
Claims Rumored Loss Has 
B£.en Greatly Magnified 



The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

1002 Government Street Tels. 88 and 1761 



Tonight 



' That although it ' is ackno-wlcdged 
that the crop of the priilrles this year 
will not be as large as that of last 
year^ the general feeling that the en Jj 
Is a failure. And In a dry condition Is 
flatly denied by Mr. J. K. Anderson, of 
,tbe firm of Tracksell, Anderson &(>>., 
who hafl Just reached the city from 
the prairie offices of the company" In 
Saskatchewan. It Is true, states Mr. 
Anderson' that some parts have been 
very dry,' but In the section included 
from Moosejaw' east to Indian Head, 
and from about forty miles nortit Ot}|- 
Rfiglna to the International border, 
ihe crop, with no exaggeration, has 
never been better,; As to the general 
report of dry weather in these parts. 
Mr. Anderson declaros they also ha v<- 
been greatly falsified. , There has peen . 
much ,raln and suflflclent, I 

K.stlm?ites made by the government 
-rate the iiresent yenr crop at about 8r> i . , , 

milllohs' bushels, while the WlnnlpeglciaBSicH insin.m.ntai and v.uai «c,i.< - 

.Free Press has set the figure at 65 j „*}l'Il^-r,^' ., .fTrnnw 

mlliionB, but' Mr. AnderS.n belicvVs jTKE MISSES CABMEW and AtMSON 
that It will exceed efirber Of these 



Snecia 



MR. 
HURON L. 

And His Cofnplete Company pf AssoclatQ I'laycrs, In Select Repertoire. 

"'■'^I!.vfr ';•=/'"■*' 'Father and the Boys' 

Commenolug Monday. Bnnnlng three ZrightH. 

**A BACHELOR'S, ROMANCE" 

A comedy in' four a.i.s f..iii- !■ I .-n a story by 'Tlio Duchess,;' 



en- 



lltlPd 'A l..lttle- Kebel. 

Hur^m.r pri<'*>s win pi .v .ill. 25c, 35c, and 50c. Special -Saturday Matl- 
Prices l5o , Child ren: aSc Adults, 



nees. 



w"Gfand Theatre 

WEEK AUGUST 22. 
XiXSONARD, LOUIE and* GII.I.ETTE 

Tril-' ..X-llllffic -Collegians " 
VENETIAN STBITBT SINOEBS 



figures. He figures ^hat the crop ap- 
proximately will fim about TJ.'i million 
bushels wheat ..and the same of oats, 
tluttlng- Is, about' completed. and 
threshing will commence at once. 

RepoftB have beeti spread tl»at the. 
American settlers (.»*• last year u.re. re- 
luming to th*r mited State.s, but Mr. 
Anderson pays that where one la found 
returning one hundred arrive to Uike 
his place. . It wan stilted recently Ui 
an American imiier that. l.'i.OOO people 
were r ut tint I n g' to the Stales,, this, of 
coiirse. Is iibscMtjtely untrutf. Mr. An- 
derson states that certain Journals t\) 
the south, are even running a ,cnni- 
vuiln to Induce the Americans to' come 
buck. However, wo great deluge aoiitit 
has resulted, and none whatever is 
fonreil, for from reports brought to 
s.iskatchewiin. the crops of the 4)or<ier 
HiiUes la extremely uladc. ' 

,\lr. Anderson will remain iiT llje 

■v f..r .sr'VcriM lavs before m:ikln,g .1 

u to Ciliforniii, where ho will spend 



i4cleclivinjr rliKSsilcal ami popular. 
HABB7 ». CBOSBY 
nsylKli-il by AN'A l.i;i: 
'" Iji a rpKimi ,farf<'. "Ifnck 1 hvii.ic " 

OEO. STOKES and CABBIE .BTAW 
m deft dialogue and I'ncoiioUH. lucJodies. 

^ tboMas j.' price. 

itew moviwo pictusibs. 

OUB OWK OBCHESTBA. 

"majestic' THEATRE 

_ YATIOS STKlfiiOT • • 
Bo sure lo see this big week-end bill. 
"tJnsuspected Help" hlograph; "His Ue- 
formatlon"' western drama; "Cleopatra, 
Mark Antony tttid Ceaiaar" -Iwnd colored; 
"How Bumpt«'"« Papered the Parlor" 
roarliig comedy; A yiicatlonJn HavarKi" 
City of Havana, vMorrV. Castle, the .xiuik- 
en M'athe, etc. 



Pantages Theatre 

■ AUGUST aand ALL WEEK 

FIGHT PICTURES 

BOB" PITZSIMMONS VS. BILL LAWO 
At .Sidney,, Australia, on Boxing l)ay, 
t'eoebiher '.Sfrth, great moving? pictures 
of thi* 12-i-'outid historic battle. ' Tb.^ 
best flgbt . pictures e.ver exhibited. The 
Itits opportunity you. will ever ha\e nf 
seeing Kllzslmmons tn the ring, .bans 
l!H IFie'romlngt chamjllon and, will whip 
.lohrison. ' ' 

, Slio'WB every-THftornooh and evenlne. 
punnthr contlnuoitt^ from~X:^o p. m. t,< 
10s30 p. hi. 



ROMANO THEATRE 



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. cUs. He also bciieyes 
ulll S'>,e in<in-y.-.ylal'toi"n 



T housand Isi-'- ' 




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dcllglitful triiis III. 








slopping one limii 








tancounfs Pari 






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nic parties can 






und 


lunch under tli. ;: • 






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train b-nving Victoria 


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Re- 


freshments and music 


fm . 


lioanl. 





Ttt6 <fnor«K>tis incriiu i 
mand for grtsolino nhd It 
Vancing pi!''''' tnnke' it an 
(j4l„(v '■onii')aii,v vsiiuai- 

1 woll.s : ' i"^'' "*' carrylnK 

! ilio liu;li' ' ' iit.i.ge of gasoline -is 

' ,ji,, ,11111, '.111011 will pay tli" 

'u:lii'sl ili'> iili'ihly. Such a compatiy ; 
It... vmalKiiniHtod Dcvolopment Co., 
wcll.f are sftuuUid In the 
i ilclds' of Kutalfa, Alnskii 
, ,.ii 11-. Ill which ter'Mtory bas hC'i' 
uVi'd I'v ripciited scientific tests !■> 
i'iirry MO p<i: cent, of gftsollne, behn; 
the 'hlBbcst pi>rccmagc oil tlin Ameri- 
can' continent, and 10 per, cent, more 
than tlio products of the fathous Penn- 
sylvania oil dislrlcta.' • . 



■l"li( ri' iir.- ,-i great m;<ii) I'.-i.'. ••i-,, 
will lip (4l.'i(l In Iciirii of the docislnn 
ol th" Methodist coiifcrcDCc oh the 



C>nce In n good while .promoters 
make good. The .\miilg.iinntod J^c 
voloprucnt Company 1ms done so, 



Anythinj^ in Groceries 
You Want We Have It 

'I'll,. 1 -----l ;,| 

VERY BI'.ST PRICES 

uiii- ;.-ili»., Ituttcr for 1.1, ISO is a 
winner; nothing he^tter on the 
I'^nrket. B-lb, l>'>v ..u.,r!inf I'.'l.in 
I for $1.80. 

1 - ■ ■ ' rirll pivil crcii'-U :-"la>< 
35 cents.' 

tRSKINB' GROCERY 

Corner .lohnson and tjuadra dt». 
Phonn lOfi. 



• 



Better than any real estai' 
ment on the puVrket — AuiaW 
4 Development Company stock. 



■".led 



Advertise in THE COLOMIST 






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Saturday, Auygst 27, 1910 



VICtOMA DAILY COLONIST 



^ 



Men and Young Men's 
Blue Serge Suits - - 




Onr line .if Mi'n'> I'.luc Ser-c Suits urc imMirpa.^sctl. j Imuc^i imported 
materials, made b} ' ' • ■ " ' • 

Canada's Foremost Tailors, 

THE HOUSE OE HOBBERLIN. 

. KVER^ -suit' GUARANTEED JU- RFKCTTtN WORKINIANSHIP, 

: STYivS^ AND TAILORING 



FINCH & FINCH 



T T07 Oovernment Street 



Victoria 



Nanalmo Seooml Innings. 

'. JopHiiii. 1) WrlKhlHon 

;. A. .Sclfe. I' MiiliDii, \) Wr D-'.liiMiii 

I. Ji'pson, 1) Korr 

. WiiuRli, li U'ilkinsiiri 

'. K Cliucjnif. t) Kt-rr 

!. AriiiHtTuiiK 1> I^"al■.H>Ml 

'. lIliiigWDrtli, r iMalnMi. I. \S ilklii- 

Hun 

\'. Waugh, not <iut 

I. llitiilnmrsli, rin\. out 

Ml JaKi)fr, b Wilkinson 

\' . HfKt, i- MunnliiK, b Wilkinson.. 
;.'vlra.s . , .". , 



11; 



'I'ot.iil ......11.1) 

Bowl ins Analyst8,'.\ 

o. M.~' u. w 

WrlKhton •/ 8 ■ r . 33 2 

Kerr /....T, '.•ffS; 2 

Pear.son 7. './;.*$, 10 1 

WilKiiisMi '.4, - '0 , 17 4 

K- ■!. II.. '. ."<.-i "lul Innings. 

A. SLiilibs, c I'latenceib H.^Jepson 15 

J. Li. Ki'i-r, not out .■..,',.. i ...... . 3 

'L'otal 18 

11mv\|iiik .\naly8la,:; 



U. Jei)sbn 
T. Jep.son 



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NEXT mm 

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l^acifie Northwest Cricketers 
Will Come to Victoria for 
Four-naineot of 1911 —Most 
Suitable City Available' 



SEMI-FINALS OF -" 

THE CRICKET-SERIES 



Two Centuries. Secured by 
Players in Yesterday's Play 
— Victoria and Vancouver 
Play for Championship . 



*«-•»» ♦ ♦ 



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r RESULTS YESTERDAY'S ; 
- , CRICKET GAMES : 



with a conspicuous 96, carefully com- 
piled and well assorted. 

F. T. Marshall, ably assisted by the 
Grub Club, helped to swell the total to 
400. - -, 

The scores follow: 

Saanich and Strawberrj' Vfllc, 1st 
Innings 
Kelghlcy. b Barnacle 
D'Arc;y,' b Barnacle 
Hamrnond. b Galliher 

Hewitt, run out • • • • • 

Gofpf 1, c W. Ybrk, b Barnacle 

Nicholson, not but 

C'olon. b Barnacle 

Thomas, b Barnacle 

.\lcNaniara, b Barnacle 

Warnlcker, l.b.w.. b York 

Smith, c Tye, b *<wk 

• Extras 




R. 

n 

30 
6 



w 



Total 

BowUngr Analysi? 

O. .\t, 

J. C. Barnacle .... 10 4 

J. Oaillher ...... 7 1 

W. York ..... 2.3 

Victoria, Ist Inningg 
T. Galliher, e Warnlcker, b Thomas .36 
T. J. Marshall, b Kelghley. .... . . , . 46 

A. T; Lo*'ry, b Hewitt . ■ ■ • IS 

A. T. R. Martin, v and b Hewitt 
-J. 'H. Gillespie, b McNamara . . . 

C. Coates, b Colon ..:... 

J.< C. Barnacle, c Warnlcker, 

Colon . , 

T. B. Tye. b McN'amara ..... . . 

J,-W^ D. York,' b .McXamara .... 



♦ ♦♦-♦■-♦■■•■■♦•.•.♦■ 



«*««♦•«♦ 



HOW CLUBS STAND 



*»♦ 



Division "A" 



W. J- Pts 
. 4v 8 



♦ nA 



Vancouver 

Portland 2 

Koolenay ^ .. 2 

N*anaim6 

Garrison . . 2 

Division "B" 

W. L. Pts 
Victoria .. .". . . .. 
Burrard . . . . . . . . . . 

Seattle . . . . 

i^aanlch ami Straw- 
berry Vale . . ... ■. . 
Albions . . 



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R. N. Hebden. not 6ut 
Thcmas. b Keighley . . 
Extras 



12 
11 
41_ 

51 

.rt6 

40 

2^ 

•1 



Total 



At Work Point; VancMnv r 
defeated Garrison by 319 to 
101. on the. first innings. 

At .University SchooU Koot- 
e'nay defeated Nanaimo by 
180 to 8 on the first innings. 

At Jubilee Hospital: Victoria 
defeated Strawberry \»\^ ana 
Saanich by. 400 to 59 
first lrtnlng§. 

At Beacon Hill: ' Seattle de- 
feated Albions by 165 to 98 on 
the first Innings. 



Bowling Analysis 
O. M. 



McNamara 
Thomas. . . 
Hewitt . . . 
Colon . . . . 
Kelghlev . . 
D'Arc.v.. .. 
Warntck' r 



T4- 
14 

.li> 
21 
94- 





400 


R. 


W. 


83 


2 


67 


1 


75 


2 


61 


3 


47 


.2 


21 





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♦ •♦♦♦♦.♦♦•♦ 



Vlcteria Is to have the cMcket tour- 
nament of ISll. The crlcketprs of the 
Pacific northwest, like the yachtsmen, 



4 

4 

^j Seattle Beats Albion 

.^ t .One 6f the i.'lo.slng matches of the 
.^! tournament between Albion and Seat- 
^\ tie wa.M played at Beacon Hill on a 
^ gpod batting wicket, the - light all 
^\ through the day, h'o'*vever, being 'very 
■^s bad. ■ ^ 

\.\ C'apt. Scott; of the Albions, won the 
^ ! toss, and elected to bat. sending in 
laniay and Pfegler. O Cameron's first 
ball Pegier snicked the ball td leg, and 
Ismiay and Pegler. Off Cameron's first 
Ppgler had a single off Lucas and 
Ismay puUed the same bowleij for four 
bringing out ten. The , first wicket' 



Bowling Analysis 

O- M. 

Cameron 15 3 

Lucas . ;. 6 

McKillop ......... . ; 8 1 

Sea ttle (First Innlngi 



R. W. 

47 - 5, 
'0 
4 



Win for Vancouver 

^'an6l)uver piled up iVi runs for flvie, 
against flu- Garrison in yesterday's 
inat'Ch. Peer's. 125 was a grand exhi'bU 
tlon of all round cricket. Morris with 
a 94 played well although he was 
favoryd with some luck. Hodges with 
35 and Pell, not outr-^O wer^ theiiext 
best while Ri^bersoji and— Gale batted 
well for the Barracks. Payn^, for Van- 
couver, took seven wickets for forty 
three. 

Th^ scores follows: 

Garrison— First Inning 

Q; M. S i ADkoy, -b. Morris IT 

Cpl. Thomas, c; Clayton; b. Payne 18 

Col. Sgt. Raberson, b. Payne 18 

Cpl. Wyndham, b. Payne o_ 

R, H. Pooley, c. Peel; b. Morris .. 9 
Br. iStevens, c. Murphy; b. Payne": 4 

Gr. Doyle, b. Morris tt: 8 

Q. M. S. Macdonald. c. Peel; b. 

Payne . .^ 

Br. Gale, 6. Payne 19 

Tptr. Cross, not out 2 

Sgt. Gooch, b. Payne 

Extras 15 

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Bowling Analysis 

O. M. R. W 

Morris . . 16 4 38 3 

Dlght 2 10 .0 

Payne ., 14 1 43 7 

Vancouver— First Inning 

F. J> Peers, c. McDonald; b. A«key 125 

R. S. Claj-ton, b. Gooch 4 

W. E. Hodges, b. Stevens .35 

J. F. Morris, c. Doyle; b. Askey .,. 94 

j::. O. L.. Payne, Ibw;, b. t^ross 17 

%: ;KelUori. .did 'hbt'Sial'" 

G. C. Peel, not out 30 

Extras ....*...,.., 14 




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McKlllop, V. A., not out .. .. 
Pattullo, L. G.. b Ismay . . 
Lucas, F. J., l.b.w. Spain .. . 

Baker, W., b Ismay 

Pow, W. W., b Pegler . 
Williams. W. T., l.b.w Scott 
Camerort, W. P., - b P egler .. 
Pattullo. W. Li. run out ^ . . . 
Riley. D. E., b TH mnv. H. A- 
Ashby, F. W., b Ismay, H. A.' 
Dickson, J. G., bismay, -H; A 
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Cjrf. Tiioinas, stiKl. >TBi.>jon;b. Payne 
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MurpKy and V. C. Dlght did not bat- 
Bo wUng Anal) sla , ', 

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Pooley .• 
Askey . 
Stev ens 
Crpss . . 



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64 
58 

75 



have decided upon British CoUimblas jp,i ^^^ 12. Pegler being- well caught 
Capltdl as their annual rendezvous, the j j„, g„pj, ^y yj^ Pattwilo '«>fr Cameron 
point wheVc they will foregather to en- , ^^^ three. Trimen. Hallam and Wyles 
joy their favorite .sport, dei-lj^e-^me-j batted very patiently for their runs, 
(luestion of superiority atnong therp- ^^^ .,^ \nn\n^ closed for 98. 
selves, and incidenta ly put in a pleas- £,.,,,.;,■ .. ^, ' , 

Mnt summer holiday^ - ' Seattle stiirteik In very badly. thre<j 

This decision was reached at a meet' j sood wickets. Pattullo; Lucas and 
ing of the captains of the various cltrbs ; Baker going down for 10 runs. Mc- 
i)nrti('lpating in the tournament which Klllop, who had started the battery, 
roncludea today with the final match was playing a very careful game, and 
between Victoria ^nd Vancouver. In j scroHng Very conslslently, taking no 
order that the exjTcnse will not all fall [ liberties with the bowling, 
upon the ontertain<*s— in t^hls case the ] ^^^ contented "himself with keeplnir 
\ictoria club— It w nR moved an^ sec- ^p j,i8 wicket, leaving McKlllop to do 
onded that an e.mranoe, fee to the K^g gj,^^,^^ ^^j^j, ^^ ^g^j^^, 2^ ^e suc- 
N^irthwt^st .\s.sociation would be Jevled. j p,j^l,g^ j^ ^^^^ ^j.,.^^ jro^ Pegler. 
the funds thus ijecured to be devoted, -^^^^ „, .^^^ ^^^^^ h«f«m«„ «n^,.«S ♦.. 
to the paymcrtt of whatever outlay Is 
Involved , In arranging for the yearly 
series. 



The reason that Victorii haa thus 
i^een honored Is not alon<? her beauty 
nor her .splendid climate. It lies chief- 
ly in the fact that she is able to fiir- 
nlsli the crlcketeVs with the requisite 
number of sultaiile grounds, ,hnd all 
within a comparatlvfly short distance 
of the centre of the city. There is this 
to be said a* well, however, the visitors 
nppear to bo eminently .sati.sflod with 
the arratijgefhents made V)y the local 
committee for their spOrl and for their 
welfare during their short stay here. 
An Uneventful Day 

Vestf'niay's g;'inu's furnishecl nothlVig 
exceptional In the way of cricket." In 
practically every instance the victories 
weriB easily ^riilficd, or rather, wefe se- 
<^ured by birge margins. There wa«' 
.some splendid batting, however, two 
centuries being secured. Apparently 
file centur.v bee wns buzzing to s9me 
effec-t. McKillnp. Seattle, confronting 
^ ion. trnndlers. was able to run 

i II oarnod ton. while F. .1. Peers, 

\ ,\\\v':\\\ fv. aKiiin.st the (iarriHon, ob- 
tiiiii'fl Ij.'i, the bigpest indhidiKil score 
■ '<• 'l^iy. 

Victoria 



i IsTone of .'the other batsmen scored to 
any cxient, and McKlllop carried out 
his bat for a faultless 109 febt by one 
of the beat exhibitions of free hitting 
8e,en during the tournament. 

Appended the score In detail: 
Albion G. C. (First Inning) 
Ismay, E. W., b Cameron . , . . . . 19 
Pegler, H. H., l.b.w. PattuUO, . c 

Cameron .... .1 '. 

Trinlen, L,. B., l.b.w,. McK411op .... 

Scott. C. W*., b Cameron 

Wyles, H., c Mckilop, b Cartieron. 
Pallam, D.,b McKlllop .. .. .'; .. 
Ismay, H. A., b" McKlllop .. ..... 

Spain, T., Srt»n but 

Anderi^Oh. J., c Williams, to 

Klllop .... 

Southern, H. E., b, Carheron 
Duncan, B. .H., not etit . . . . 



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Rowling Analysis 

V -O. M. 

E. \V. Ismay . . ,. 18 4 

Spain : 10 

Pegler, 11. II ..14 4 

Scott 4 

l!»may, 11. A 3 1 

Albion C. C. (Second Inniiig) 

Ismay, Tl ,\ , c Dlckso.n, b McKll- 
lop' . .■ . . .... .... .. 3 

Pegler, H. H., b McKiUop 7 

Spain; J., b Cameron . .■ 5 

Wyles, H., c Baker, b W. Pattulo.. 18 
Trimen, L. B.'. c Pattulo. L. G.. b 

' Cameron . . ; .^ ... 14 

Hallam. D., c and b W. Pattullo .. 13 

Scott, C. ■«?:■,■ b W. PattuHty r, 

Ismay, E. W.. hot out . . . r~, . .... j 
Southern, H. E., h W. Pattullo 
.*.ndersoh. J., b \V. Pattullo 
Duncan, E; A., absent'.. ..• 
Extras . . . , . < 

Total 

. Bowling Analysis 

O. 

Cameron .... is 

McKlllop . . 6 

Pattullo .1^ 

Kootenay Again. 
The -cl^even from the British Colum- 
bia interior were again successful yes- 
terday when they took a match from 
Nanalmo with u considerable margin, 
the scorcljstas 180 to 78 on the first 
innings, the coal .city cricketers-fol- 
lowing on and doing better' In tliiHr 
second innings. Then they made 119 
Wrightson, fdr Kootenay, with 49 gave 
the l)cst display of batting for the 
mtflnlanders on the innings which 
coutited. 

Appended are the scores: 

K'ootenay FHsst Innings. 
A. .siubbs, a Self 6, b lUlngworth. . 3 

J. D. Kerr, b Illlngworth .3 

A. O. Butler, c Best, B. H, J.epson. 37 

A. Wrightson, l.b.u'. Armstrong .. 49 
H. C.' Manning, b Clarence ........ R 

H. }<}. Wade, b Clarence .....,....' B 

Geo. -\Vilkln«on, c Illlngworth, b H 

-Jepson ......... ^, :........;,..., 27 

F. <•. G. Mahon, l.f>.w. ft. P. .Ifepson. II 

B. Hacking, b F. Jepson ......,..' 4 

W. Pearson hit wicket b Hlndmarsh 2 

C. Crawford,, not out .. 
Exti'as . . 



Br. Crotss. c. Teer^j; b. Dlght ..... 

Q. M. S. "Aakey , b. P eef 

Br. Gale, c. Payne; b. Peers ..... 
R. n. Pooley. stpd. Nelson; b. Peers 
Gr. Doyle, c. Hodges; b. Dighi ... 

Q. M. S. Macdtinald, b. Peers . 

Cpl. W^'ndham, b. peefs — 

Sgt. Gooi;h, stpd. Nelson; b. Peers . . 

.Br. Stevens, not out 

Ertras . ... . . -. 



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4 

18 

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. 
. 4 
. 3 

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140 



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A number of f^fv^'tlng match«« wen- 
played in the cro<i|iet tournament yes- 
terday. In the doublfes between Mrs. 
Barnard and Mr. Burton and Mrs. Bow- 
ker nnd Mr. liowker the former wei-« 
successful with a margin of but one 
point Just at the close was the con- 
clusion of the gamj^ Jn which Mrs. IjUx- 
ton and D'Arcy Martin were the princi- 
pals.---' , .■«'■,■ 

The toiii'n'am«ivt'8''flnaJs were slated 
for today. The fchief .games will ial«e 
place In the afternoon on— the Victoria 
Tennis club's -lawns and the committee 
"announces that a charge of 26 cents 
win be made for admlttanro. 

Teaterday's Besults. 

The results of, yesterday's games fol- 
low : ' - > , ■ "■ 

Open Slngles*-Mr. D'Alrcy Martin 
froan Mrs. Bowker; .Jr. . 

Mr. Bowke,r fi»i?n« Mr. Burton. 

Mrs. Luxton from Mrs.. Barnard UJ:. 
default ...^ 

Mr. D'Arcy Martin from Mrs. Luxton 
' TanTleg" _ J^lnKjea (najndlcap) _— MrS 
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, Notes 

The tournament of 1911 will bft held 
ift Victoria. It behooyes • Vietoria to 
look up and secure another cricket 
grounil, This would give ten teams 
four day» cricket with a two day rest 
thatch', " . ■ 

High scorers , In yesterday's gatjres 
were T. J. Peers, Vancouver, 125; V. A. 
.McKlJop. Seattle lOfl not out; T. B.' 
Tye, Vic'toria, 96. ■ . - 

The expressions of ^ciod fellowship 
engendered by and commendations for- 
the management of, the 1910 cricket 
tournament are pleajsant accessories to; 
the fact. 

Today's game between Victoria 
and Vancouver wll be the place , de 
resistance of the tournament. 

•The smoker at Broajl street hall to- 
night at 8.30 Is for the cricketers and 
ihelr friends. '':..' 

Afternoon tea was served at the 
Jubilee cricket grounds yesterday af- 
ternoon by Mrs. Eberts and Mrs. R. H. 
Pooley. They were assisted by Mrs. 
Hlrach, Miss Eberts*. Miss L. Eberts, 
Miss M. Eberts. Miss P. Eberts, Miss 
Innes yodwell.. Miss B. Bodwell and 
Sliss D: Jamws. 

Some of those who sttendefl the Vic- 
toria-Snnnh h matOh ylere Mrs. Wulff- 
sohn, Mrs. Beauchamp, Tye, Mrs. Lang- 
ley, ^Irs. Cookson, Miss Langley, Mi.ss 
K. btinsmulr. Miss Molyncux, Mi.<s 
Casson, Mrs.' Donnll, Mr. and Mrs* fJiil- 
lespie; Rev. Mr. Barton, Mr. Rotluvcll, 
.Mr. Eberts, Mr. Wllsbn, Mr. White, iVI'r. 
Arbuckle, Mr. H. Eberts and Mr. 
D'Arcy Martin. •, ; ' 



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there woubl be n>> de(>larlng of tlic . . * 
nlng.s. His sporting recpiest was 1 * 

pected nnd hi.s gallant crew made the i ♦ 
V'iCtq^'iiins earn their runs, T. B. 'fyo I ♦ 
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Mra. Carr from Mrs. Oulletley.. 

Mrs.' Wasson from lilrs. H. Pooley. 

Miss Dunsmuir frorh Miss Bulchart 

Mrs. Wttsson from MIsM; punsmulj-. 

Open Doubles — ^^Mrsl Cai^r •.Sria Mr> 
carr froip Mrs. Kirk and Mr. Kirk. 

Mr.s.' Barnard and Mr. I lurtow f i i'mti . 
Mrs. Martin and %ir, .D'Arcy .Martin. 

Mrs. Barnard and Mr. Burton, from 
Mr. Bowker and Mrs. Bpwker. 
J Men's Doubles — Mr. Bowker and Mr. 
ID'Arcy Martin from Mr. Arbuckle and 
Mr. Matterson bV default. 
Today's 9ataes.. 

Vhe draw for today follows: 

10 o'oiock — Coiirl .V' ! M-.'. ' 'I'.rr vs. 
Mr. Bowker . 

Court "^Jp. - — Mr.M. Barnard and Mrs. 
Kirk vs. Mrs. I.rfix.ton and Mrs. Oallet- 

loy. . ' ■ , . 

Court No. .1 — Mrs. •-Audnln nnd Mrs. 
Wfusson vs. Mrs.- H. Pool' ■. nml " Mlbs 
iMinsmuir. ■ ' 

Mr. Kirk's iiawn— Mrs. t?arr vs. Mrs. 
Martin. ' ■ ' " 

12 o'clock-^ Finals of open mixed 
doubles: 

Court No. l-^Mrs. Carr ,gnd Mr. fair 
vs. Mrs. Barnard' ami Mr, Burton. 
"2 o'clock — Final for Open Slngh'.s fof 
the championship of V.'tncou\'er Island 
and a cup' presented \>y James Duns- 
muir, Esq. 

Court No. 2^-Wlnners of Mr'. Cnrr''and 
Mr. Bowker vs. Mr. D'Arcy Martin. 

Finals of Ladies' Singles, handicap, 
for cup -presented by Mrs. Dunsmiilr. 

Court No. 1 — Winners of Miss Carr 
and Mrs. MartTn vs. Mrs. Wasson. 

Finals of Ladlew ' Doubles, handicop: 

Court NO. 3-7-Wlnher«_<rf Mrs. Bar- 
nard and Mi'.«i. KIrki nnd Airs. Luxton 
nnd Mrs. Galletley vs. winners- of Mrs. 
Audain nnd Mrs. Was.son and Mrs. H. 



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iSpokane 8 12 + 

Seattlei ■•...... 7 14 3 

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'4 o'clock-T^-'inals j?f Slen's Doubles; 
Court No." 2-ji5Hr. (;:arr and Mr. Kirk 
vs. Mr. Bowker i^d Mr. 0*Aroy Martin. 



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We depend upon satisfied cnst.. mc s t • make more cystomera for us.. 
Ladles ho»e 25c up, inen's: sock ,11. button orp the shoulder chil- 

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The Competitions. 

Here is a list of lli>i competitions ar- 
ranged: , V 

1. Boys' race, ?5 yards, 14' and under. 
1 flasliMght'a baseball. 3 pockelknlfe. 

2. Girls', race, 75 yards, II and under.- 
1 pair girl's slippers, 2 candy, 3 necklace. 

3. Ladles* race, 75 yards, ojion. I hiind- 
baff, 2 perfume, 3 tws) fancy hat pins. 

4. Employes' wives- race. 75 yards. 1 
toh of coal; 2 gomls »5., 3 groceries 12M. 

B. Ladles' potato race. ■ SO .yards, open. 
1 goods »5, 2 umbrella, 3 roast 51.50. 

«. Standing broad jump, employoes. 1 
goods »6, 2 Ko'Jds $3. 3 pipe $2.60. 

-7. Running broftd junip, employees. 1 
Stoddarfs cup: 2, goods »:i. 3 goods $250. 

5. Running hop, step and jump, em- 
ployees. 1 pair Slaters boots, 2 hat, S 
pair gloves 1 2. . 

3. Gent's race, 100 yards op#n. 1 pair 
mllUarv brushes, 2 razor, S slieath knife: 

10. Gent's race, 220 yards, married, 
motloheers and 'conductors. 1 Hedfern 
cup nnd two bottles whiskey, 2, half-ton 
of coal nnd one bottle of whtskey, 2 
safety razor and one bottle whiskey. , 

11. Putting the shot open. , 1 new 
Redfern cup, 2 pipe, 3 pair fancy soeks. 

12. Gents race, 220 yards open. 1 
•photos |5. 2 ffincy vest, 3 clock. 

13. Fat mens race, tu yards, open. I 
box cigars, 2 goods »2.50, 3 .two, bottles 
whiske.v. 

14. Old Men's race. 75. yards, open. 1 
thre^ iDottles whiskey, 2 two bottles 
whiskey, 3 one liottle whiskey. ■ 

IB. Three legged race, lUO yards, open. 
1 photos 15, 2 "two pocket knlvos $3, 3 
goods $2. '. ' ■ 

1 6 . S t ni n d H o tel race, 100 y ar^s, m^. 
100. 1 Strand Motel cup. ,2 Strand 
Hotel cup, 3 two bottles-whiskey, , 

17. Office staff rac6, 220 yards, 1 
camei-n. 2 .goods $2.50, 3 pair gloves, 

18. Managers', suiierlTit.-!- - 
fdrpmens' race, 100 ynrd,-:!. 
ties ■whiskey, -2 three bo lUcs 
two .bottle's whiskey, ■! onn ; 

key.' .' " '' ■' 

T^. 'Gent's itics^, 440 , \ 

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is. open.' 

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1 ', .. I'.ii; Horn shins, . < .u - 
, k.i, :i roast |1.60. 
.in>hiyeOH' race, I'J'i >;ir'iM, i 
ilrand Theatre Jf), : < h;iir, :'. lini, 
iw.'ut'a race, one ini4.-, open. 1 
mock $5, 2 umbrella, :) goods $J.r.o. 
I'mployees' vAtt^. 440 yand«. 1 B. 
ip and flashlight 2 tickets Ma- 
le itieniro $6, 3 berry Set 
., Mechanical and gna department 
race, 100 yA-rda, I gmoertes $6, 2 hanr 
and bacon, 3 ro«st j-i.";)!;. 

26. Motoreers" nnil i 'indtictors' wJVos' 
race, 7*~s'»«b!i. i i"ii ..t: coal. 2, goods 
jr.. z bci coniba. 



27. Division I0» race, 220 yards;,,!, 
Challoner and Mltcliell cup, 2 goods $5, 
3 ham. _ 

' 2S. Egg and spoon race, 75 yards, em- 
ployees' wives. 1 electric Iroii, 2 seal, 
3 perfume. , '' '. V 

29, «::bmmltteemen's * race. 100 yards. 

1 carving SetV 2 ham and bacon, 3 four 
do^en bottles beer. 

30. titidies' consolation rice, 75' yards. 
6peri. 1 writing set, S^cake', 3 half-doaen 
table spoons. . * 

aj. Gent's consolation rac«, 100 yards, 

open.' 1 goods, 2 hearthrug, 3 brush and 

comb. ' . 

.32. committeemen's consolation race, 

■220. yards. 1 special prize, J. A.., Virtue, 

2 ham, 3 berry set 

Tug of war,. ' gas works' a.nd B. .E. C. 
employees.. ' Prize ten g&lloi'i¥ keg of 
boer and' box cfgnrs. , 



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LANG-KETCHELL MILL 
. IN VAMCOUVER QITY 



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VANCOU'V'HR, Aug. 2!6.— Hugh ,Mc-- 
Intosh,. the Australian pro.raoter, left 
today _f(3t_iBeJEast. This morning he 
Interviewed Mayor Taylor rcgnrdluK 
the. feasibility of holding the Lang- 
Ketchell tight ,in Vancouver in October. 
..Mayor Tjlylor' did not 'commit hlmseir 
but will lay the matter before th^ cltv 
council and chief of police'; .?. 

'-"..',' - ♦ ". I — '— .• 
The National |>t«(SS Is Issuing ! 
p'roclamatlons to th'e Fronoh iM;:n:,:Mi 
Held. They state that Hi.- lionur and 
presti;,'-. ■■ "• "-. , , , ,,, 

(.■■letnei ; : | , , 

ludo.lji ,1 Ki'':ii.' cicyrfv iliiii Uijiin au.\' 
other players. And they appear to have 
just about put their ML',S,':r_on it .I<'oi- 
after all Is said and dTniTCno matter 
what hoad--,vork and clover inanoeuvi-- 
iug can accomplish, the fact rcmalriii 
that speed Is the fundamental (pialltv 
requifed. Irr' lacrosse. A team which is 
strong at both ends, and weak in the 
middle is nothing more tha.n a 'chain 
wlth'n vit:il fltiw in it,. »T>eed in the 
field rn;n' cuNcr up defects at either end, 
b\it Hot \ ic(^. versa. Il Is in speed that 
Nationals hn^•p this year iiiainly ob- 
l.-iined their big lead. It w;is by adding 
.■^peed to their, tleld that Tecum«f>hi} 
have strengthen>'d thi.s year, andril Th 
in that p,':irtl<'Milur thiit New Westmln- 
at.e»"S slrengtli lie- "vf'ntrpal has n.'? 
clever a home ■u's n 
but vvhnt dill i' 
coast';' The p<> 
rests In the 1 
Rennie. I'jit 1 
not until I he 
this depart !M'C 



drew on jersey ^^ 

I them on ih. 

. "f the Minfo I'll;' 

Tom and tJeoi^K'' 

• nul Spring, hik] 

;ii|)i':>ns ,aro held in 

iv men ».•< flr-et. wlM 

epart I'i'uin the ro; i. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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Saturday? August 27, 1910 




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FOOTBALL 



BOXING 



CRICKET TOURNEY BASEBALL 



FISHING 



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PHEASANTS ARE 




Seattle s Cricket Team Which Has Done 

Well In The Weeks Northwest Tournament 



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imported Game and QuaJ hcX 
Legal Prey Until O.ctobei" Ist 
— Willow' and Blue Greiise 
Shooting 



Pheasiiiits aiVd quail will not be legal i X 
game on tjic LDthof ScptrmlKT. All the 
emphasis posslhlp is la; i n ilii- >i i!' - 
intMi. Ill \ estorday's istiUf mi uu.- i'im- 
"U! I, i:, innounclng the fact that the 
provincial govel'nmeiit ha ; ■ : Ineii 
able tu grant the' reiiuosi i \;ui- 
eouver Island, l-M.-li and (J-ame club to 
postiKine Che oiieniiig of the 'blue and , j 
willow groiisfc seusfia tfom. the 15th oi' I t 
September to the iBt of October, It was | J 
stated that pheasants und quail would 
be liable to destruction at the hands 
^ hunters wilhuivt tear of the law Irom 
that dale. The latter will not 'be free 
to sportsmen until the 1st of October 
and then on!i- as' regards ihe-former 
In a small area on Vancouver Island. 

The complete regulations follow; 

t-'oek pheasantt: may be snot in the j t 
Cowichan electoral district 'between ist | J 
Octwbef-und Slst December, both days j | 
inclusive; in the Islands electoral dla- 1 • 
triot, except the municipality ofNorth ^ 
Saanich. between 1st October und 3ist 
October, both days inclusive. No pheas- 
ant shooting Is allowed In any part of 
the province. * ' . 

Grouse of all kinds may be shot on 
Vancouver Island, the. islands adjacent 
thereto, und the Islands electoral dlS-" 
trict, between 15th September and 
• 31st December, bot,h days " inclusive, 
with the exception of willdw grouse in 
the^-llowii-han electoral district; blue 
and wilow grouae In the Rtehmond. 
Dewdney, Delta and ChlUiwa'ck, and in 
that portion of the Comox electoral 
districts on the mainland, and Islands 
adjacent thereto, on Texada Island, 
and in that portion of Kent, munici- 
pality situate in Y^le electoral di»triel. 
between the 15th October and 31sl 
December, both days inclusive; , of all 
kinds in the Fcrnie and Cranbrook 
electoral districts moiy be. shot only 
during the inonth of October. Blue and 
willow grouse and ptarmigan may be' 
shot throughout the remainder of the 
mainland between Ist September and 
31st December, bwt hdays inclusive. 

Quail m^iy be shot In the Cowlchan 
Esqulmalt, Saanlch, and l^ands elec- 
toral districts^ between 1st October and- 
31st Decetn««^r, both days Inclusive. 

Prairie chicken may be shot through-, 
out t h<! province during the month of, 





rector of selioola in tlUH city, now 'it 
HerUley school in Kew York city, in an 
exhibition yesterday at Nantlc. covered 
VH) yards in '.» seconrLs .flat, according 
1.1) timer.s. .,^ 

I'V.r stanilin.:'. M-^i jump.jvlth 
weights l),e maiJe 13 loet li inches, bet- 
tering the mark set by J. Darby, of 
JOngland, by 3 Inches. The 8 pound shot 
was put a distance; of ^2 feet .4 inches, 
and the running broad jump ma^k wafi 
net at' 25 feet, breaking both ,hla own 
records and bettering the world's ,pro- 
CeH.'^ional record bV several Inchei^. 

If Williams really did cover thecei)- 
tury In a Hat. as reported In the above 
.\sHocluted Pres.'j. dispatch, he has set- 
tled the m,ucU-mooted tjuestlon aa_j£ 
whether it -Wa.s possi'Jlc *^"'" '"■ human 
being to^ run, 100 yards in Ssfoonds. 
Most of the best judges . of-^thletea,-. 
have held'that It was a human Impos- 
sltaiUty. Williams record will not stand, 
ofcourije, as It was niade In an ejchlhl- 
tlon performance. But If he.cjui do 100 
yards In that time, some well trained 
amateur wlH hob u.iiJ)£fore long who 
will duplicate the feat and set the cen- 
tury record at 9 flat. ■ . 

\Villiams ia some^rnlip-OTind altn etc. , ^^e jnirffler 
The timers migM easily have made a. 





m MATCHED 



Promoter' Mcintosh -Visits Se- 
attle and- pbtains' Canadian 

-^- Pugilist's Signature to. Con- 
tract' ■ • ■ '■' 



SEATTLE, Aug, ,25.— Biff! .Blng ! 
Bang" ilowle! ■— — ! No. that 

wasn't an explosion nor a ruiraway 
lire engine, nor a college yell 'With 
off. That was simply 
he tl'WS migjtt easily have mac^^^^^^ Mcintosh, Austtallan. going 

mistake Ir^ f**-***^^* t^ erffn the through Seattle in his quiet little way. 
would "Ot be so.likev to erLjn the h^- ,^ipj„t^,^h, Tight impressarlo, 
broad 3Hmp where AVUams made a ^^'^ u^isiest cp.iet little man that 

feet. "e„ H'l"r^^.^id/ r^ 19oT This '**r hit Seattle. He is the biggest 
24 -feet 6 inches, made in IJOa.j^i ma ^^^^^^ _^^^^_^ ^^^^^^ , 



05 foot leap I's nearly as remarkable as 
The 9 Second performanco f^jr the cen- 
tury. 







ON FOE 




Number of Power Boats Tested 
for Handicaps Yesterday — 
Series Splendid Competitions 

. Are Looked for Today . 



Unc 01 ih.- luo .A.uerican Teams Participaiin- in l'rc.-.cnt Scries llcic. The' NarH*» of Players, as showri above, follow:, i^op 
Row)— Dickson and Pattiilla OV.I. (Middle Row)— Riley, McKUlop, Pattull|t'tL:. S4. Cam(?ron, Lucas. (B*>tt4*m-Ro\v) — 

Hilton,.WiUiara9> Dow and Ashbyx . ,. 



October. 

■ iJueks, geese, and snipe may be shot 
throughout the mainland .jmd the Is- 

1 mds adjacent thereto. betW-een 1st 
;;i!)tember and 28th February^ both 
dayd inclusive. Ducks of all kinds and 
snipe may be shot on Vancouver Is- 
land and islands adjacent thereto, arid 
In the Islands electoral district, be- 
tween 15th September, 1910 and 28th 

■ Feibruary. 1911, 'both days inclusive and 
.gesse at any time. 

Columbian or Coast deer'may be shot 
on Vanco).iver Island, the Islands, ad- 
jacent thereto, and the Islands electoral 
district, between 15th Septeml».>r and 
15th December, both days inclusive. 
Throughout the remainder of the prov- 
ince, Except , the Queen Charlotte Is- 
lands, they may be shot between Ist 
Septembijr and loth December, both 
days Inclusive. 

Wlipitl are hot allowed to be shot 
anywhere in the province. 

Sale of game — <.;olumblJi or Coast 
deer may 'hn sold on the- mainland only 
between 1st September and ISth Nov- 
ember, both days Inclusive. ^ 

Ducks, geese apd snipe mSy be sold 
throughout the province during the 
months of Octobijr and Noyombetonly. 

Note — Nothing contained In the 
above regidatlons affects Kaicn Island. 
thcTalaiiom game reserve In the Lil- 
*)ooet district or the Elk river game 
reserve in the Eeast Kootenay dls-- 
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KNIGHTS OF GRIP 
WON'T PLAY TODAY 




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England Defeats South Africa 
in Third International Rugb^ 
Match by 6 Goals to 3— A|: 
Family, Team it 



The basebjill match schedule* 
to be played'today between the 
IT. Ct T. teams of Victoria and, 
and STancouver; at Oalt Bay 
will not take place. It having 
been, found neceeBary to ar- 
range for a postponement at 
the last minute.' The gamewHl 
be held on the 3rd of Septem- 
ber. Those to whom tickets 
have been sold are requested to 
hold thcJil until the date Indi- 
cated. 



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VlCrap WEEIS 

SiffiflnBJIirkll Tnii'^ S ll' <'rleket tea nl which played a - mutc h 

nlllLllilllllv U inn Aw ^'5'ilh Croyd*^>n figalnst the Parksl 

Bill iririltfliAfl ! ! 1 j lii I ' rickt't club. The brothers gaps'e.a go 

llUllUflllUII I UUn I, account'of .th(>mKH---.«; gettinfe 150 ru 



The third ititernatlonal. between the 
English Football association team and . 

Smith Africa resulted in. a win for '"deed anywhere else. This means 
bquth Africa itsuited ma .wm tor, ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ casual ob- 

England by « goals to a. This brought , s,-,,rvf>r, a better man than' were Searle, 
the tour of the English Football assor j t^tanburv, I^each. Trlckett or Hanlan. 
ciatlon team to a close. Their ree- j ^^ ^Y^^ opinion of the writer, he, l8.-mn 
ord is a remarkable one. as they have j^j^j^ ^qual and coiildhfever have won' 
won all the twenty-three matches jf,^ .^jj^g ^hey won." 

played and scored, 14.1 goals of 16 by| ■ •■ ■ , , _,, , 

their opponents. . THo three teat, • ' . , > 

matches against- JJouth Africa were all [ If. a, boxer ffunKlfisrB so.:mUCK for.gate 
won by fiaitr margins. The first, play- receipts thai he won't" fight unless he 

gv£ ^••Si;;^;^'' ^ft.s>\^^^^ - ^-^^^ rfr^r'^".?""" 

to 0. In the second, at Johannesburg i^the promoter and buAks the public, as 
on July 23, the scoring was 6-2 In the Langford did at: Philadelphia what 
x-isttors' favor! and the third at Cape- right has the public to suppose that 
town on Saturday w4s won by 6 goals j he'd fight aciuare In the ring ? ,■ 
to 3. The team of Corinthians which '•' , '.;'♦■•'•■• ■'■■-■ > 

visited South. Africa in 1897 did not 
meet vvlth a reverse but two of their j 
matches %vere drawn. •' , 1 



imwim 



Former V4ctoria Tennis Crack 
Successfuriy Defends- H'rs 
Right toScottish Champion- 
ship at Britlge-of-Allan 



Once" «galn, Tlobert l>)well. former- 
ly one of the most prominent tennlsi 
players of the Pacific northwest, ha.«< 
captured , the Scottish ihamplonshlp. 

The erstwhile Victoriah, -virUing to 
his friends In th{« city, states that he 
has Just retur4«|d Ir 'in the nortli 



where he Was sueceasful It) the de- 
hnce of the cup which he won last 
yii^r. The tournanient luoji .place- 
as usual at Brldge-of-Allan* Mr. 
T'owei! does not nientlon wlth,"jft-j>om 
h«\' plaved In the flrial. 
— n — Is eXpH.-ttJd that — "Hubby"" — vrm- 



visit Victoria -sometime In October. 
If, the weather be suitable and the 
courts In good sbape when he arrive* 
It Is not Improbable^ that arranpje*- 
menta will be made for an (exhibition 
between h^ and Mn 'Schwe.nger.a, the 
North-west international Championi At 
any rate there, are mTiny who would 
Itite to. see the two In a contest ~toT 
two reasons: . Flr^t. to Ascertain, 
how much Mr, Powell has Improved 
since leaving the coast, and second 
to Ruage- Mr. Schweng^r's Chances 
against the higher .class men. 



H. Paime. Mr. J. C. Pendray, Mr. H. ». 

Pendray, Mr. W. A. Turm'r, Mr. t . ». intnsh cnme out here with Lang 
Glbb.-Mr'-^- B- H- R'fk'iby. ford's signature the terms were qulck- 

tn'the trlalsTVT' yesterday Messrs. |y agreed upon. The men will meet 
Jarvte. Scott-Whltlng, Pimieand Jem- j jj.,p,' i^^t week In December at Olym- 
-Dle had chiirge of the tlmfhg of the p,a_^ {j,g biggest hall In London, and 



HERE'S A RUNNER WHO 

DDES IT INI 9 FUT 

R. P. Williams Said to Have Accom- 
plished What Was ^aid to 
6« Impossible 

NPW lyOIDON, Conn.. Aug. Z9.— 



Power boat raclner will b*^^,\«ff.>:; 
attraction for those fond of aOuf^ i' ^ 
The event will be under the auspices 
o?the Victoria Yacht Club and judK- 
inB- bv the number of boatH'vhlch were 
rut o\-e? a c^^rse from the club Quar- 
ters to West , Bay yesterday, th. re 
sCld be lome first ;^las^vcompem.,^.s 
A start is to bt' made at 3 .; clock, th. 
committee In charge imehding to as- 
sombU- this morning l%«%.^.^ l' " l^'. 
caos of the various craft, their calcu- 
iatiOBs to be based on the perform- 
ances of the boats '"/he trials 

Those members who had sigmned 
their intention of running their 
launches up to the *'""• »' f^'"? „V,' 
preas folli«v: Mr. J. Hlnt«n. Mr. bcott 
M- hltlng , Mr. \V S . Chamber s. Mr. ( . 



little man also in his particular line. 
.He hums inside like a dynamo. 

What s iliai corning? Who's that 
going? ^ 

Hugh Mcintosh. 

Mclnt.i.slj m.idc a three hours' stay 
in Sciiitl. .ill WedmeHday that stirred 
up mull ill the sporting line than 
any! hint; that has happened since one 
rtu'inoralile occasion last July \yhen 
III.O pounds • of darkey licked 230 
pound.s of White man. 

.Mclntijiili_came charging Into Se- 
Hitli' only thirleim hours late matched 
Tommy Burns and Sam Langford for 
j u..Xivc:ily -round battle in London next 
i prrcrnber, announced that he was 
going to ship a whole flock of fighters 
over to AuKtrallfi, cut looSe with -ji— . 
dozen good stories and chunks of 
news about the ring game, add then 
jumped OH a train" and chug-chugged 
.uway for Vancouver, B. C, to make 
arrangements for transporting said 
stable of fighters across the Pacific" 
to the "Itir Antipodes. 
..And it took him. from 9.20 o'clock 
Wednesday morning when his train 
pulled in from Srj;Jkane until 12.25 at 
noon, wheil'* his Train rolled out foh 
Vancouver to do this. He didn't ap- 
pear to bl> working hard either. That's 
McInto»li's natural speed. 

Tummy Hurrts, who la* making Se- 
attle his home right now met Mcin- 
tosh at .the. depi.it and took him out 
to the Burns domicile, 523 Fourteenth 
ave'nue north, when Mcintosh had a 
"chance to- see that pretty ■ litt' .■ baby 
daughter that Tommy and Mrs. Burns 
are proud of.. .McIutOsh and Burns 
weren't long in getting down to busl- 
nos.s. and as a . result the Biirna- 
Langford match) is on. 

Burns Acepts Terms. 

Mcintosh i.«!n't a man to haggle 



<jver term.s . and as Burns Is f tpxioua 
fo meet the ^Boston Smoke, and Mc- 



boats, while Mr. ft. Jameson kindly 
supervised the runnlrtg of the engines, 
ir Ifi the Intention ot dividing the 
boats entered Into three classes, and 
two courses have been selected, the 
one to be used In the event of the wea- 
therT>elng cajm and the -other to be 
adopted ftliould the sea be heavy. '"'"-■ 
first Is frohi the Yacht Club to n b 
fn West. Bay. thence round Brotchle 
Ledge and back home. The seeoiid l.-^ 



one of the largest In the world. ' fho 
flghf is B'ffllHTUlEd for twenty rounds 
and the pnrsc Is $25,000, or to be ex- 
act, five thousand poimds. and Tom- 
my receives the long end, three thou- 
sand tK>unds. Bums received the big 
ci.it because he's the drawing card In 
^"•^ j this engagemen*. In .England or 
"'"■^' Australia Burns Is a far better attrac- 
tion than Langford. and since the lat- 
tcr's run out In tho '. match with 



l^fUKtf imu uiivrv ,,,j,,,^. - — -- - icr a run oui in i,iin iiiaLv..ii mut 

hotvveen 'V^p'pst Bay. up the Arm as far KaulTman the negro may look upon 

Ai ,-<...... .^«..-.*. A4111a OMil rptlirit .. * . %.-ixi^. -..I..1. A1 .,.«.'. 1_. 



as the Cameron Mills and return. 

In the near, future It Is propo.«ved ar- 
ranging for a non-members race and 
also for a competition for commorciul 
craft propelled by internal, combu.stion 
engines. 



First Class Baseball PijTi'n.ised 
Today at the Royal Athletie' 
Grounis-^Large Exciifsion 

^ Party Coming. W.it.h Visitors 



WILL ORGANIZE 
.50CCER; 




The Victoria and SnOhomlah hasp— 
ball nines will ta.ke' the field this af- 
lornooh to give local fans the first 
Khlbiilon of real ball they .have en- 



Ten brotirers named , Parrls, the i 
youngest of Whom is 19. formed a' 
cricket teanl which played a - matc h at ' 

" kslde 

, ., _ good 

....,.„, . getiiiife 150 runs ., 

In the two innliig.s against their oppon- ; 

cntB 77; thus wlnnlnlr b.v 32 runs. The . • 

'brothers are .well jcnttwn at South 

Croydon. Their occupation's are: Three , \ t^h ±' „ ^ ^( \/!nt«r!o 

bakers, two grocers, two carpenters, AnnUal IVIeeting^OJ VlCtOria 

o«e Tdum^ie^^^jt^ cion«. , .. : ^^^^^^„ ys^ssociation Called' 

Lord Kitchener received hts -4*Wt , roio+lr,o+ 

lesson m Kolf on Ujc old course at for Evening OT I St InSt.— 

North Berwick, when George Syers ; p. , , r. „. A+4,.^.,vl 

was ws instriictori/ On ihp whole the I Delegates IVlu St Atienci 

famous soldier iS'.sald to have made i ' 

a promising beginning. .He naturally i , 

"foozled" many of his shots, but he | , 

finished the round well, once having 
the satisfaction of driving about 1«0 
yanlK 



Vancouver Lacrosse 

Which 



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The soccer football enthusiasts ttte 

l.cginnhig to show signs TOf activity. 

' With the announcement that the 

Before they .si«ii'<l up an" (M!m,t:.nlH ; ^^iirth Ward Chil) has decdded toA'iii.r 



j" cd fo? n^rS wS.^"^S'r^ fot^-rm^tch b^ tii^Z.uob sK Arnst and j ^ ^ m^,.. three local leagu 
jiiviu roi iiidiij *>i.c^a. .Tu.i.i.r. tci.i._ ,.j„..^,» ,.,»f../.,^ fli'it If iioti. were deslr- 1 ,._..._ *i_... , i ^.«,>r.r,,l r1 vislo 



promise falthfu!ly~lh'at they will rise 
to the occasion and .conclusively prove 
that they can play the game when 
nt>cpaslty demands. Of Snohomish 
iiothi.ig need be said. They are 
there with the goodls. and backed hy' 
one tliotJsand or more rooters who 
are coining over on ah excursion from 
iCverett aj.id other points they are .go- 
ing to do' thfir level best to dellv^M- 
ihom. in short the match should ))»• 
iinv drtho finest seen here this num- 

ytee^hson Is "going to d.) the 



■Riibi'" 
twirling. 

i(.r h:i\-. 
til.. . 

tlUT. 

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While discussing the niat- 
\>m seen ''Maud' - hiuid. oiit 
iin(»H laf. 

.iiethInK- ' 

iin|ir'i\(.d Ju.-<t 
...ni Thi»( \v.: 



Barry agreed that If b(>tti were deslr- jjjni„r, flri^t 
0U8 unother contest would take place „^,^,(.g worl 
on the Thame%s eot>n afterwords. It Is ' ., . 



nec(md dlvlslonH;-- 
:.--fHei«g of the date 

...I ....v; . ... -- ■ ,, I f,,,, »iw, iinnual organization meeting 

hardly likely that lh6 Kngllshman will .| .' Vlctorlu FnoVbnll Club. It will 

bo anxious to meet him. ••'sf'uaBlng j' '^ tjie '/icton.i^ ^ ,,,,,,,„ ,,, ,ho sist 
Arnat'a merits as a champion oars- i t"'>e piact 



man, "Tfldent,"- In the S.vdney Mall. 
savB: "Arnst 1« unddublcitlly a good 
•sculler, but"" he has been unwisely 
bixiniiMl. Home i)eoph' arc fed. .up with 

111,. i,ii.:i i1i.-cl li'. iH tin' greatest m:in 
't h'. 1 'hit:! Ill ' ■ 



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|.|il .l..\( 
liuncli. to ii ifw Hcallcn- 
i>u1 thi>m breaking thi ! 



<.ll tlii.s uci.'a.Hinn, .MauaKi'f V\ all IH 
looking f'wWard'to srelng him keety 
the visitors guessing. 

With RobertHon behind t). 
r. ,M .f-r players In the field jijao'd 
; < . 1 the Victoria nine should be 
;ii)l« lo do their dut.v. The visitors 
vHl Mn« lip Hw In their last gafie. 

■ • llif iiiiii'Irlnir. 



BURNS GETS $1,000 
TO PLAY LACROSSE 



VANCi>i;ViOR, .\Ug. 
rummy BurnH; fighter; has been 
Igned oi\ by the VKncOUver 
Lacrosse' Club to play outside 
lionic in the Labor Day game 
with Westminster'. He will 
check Tommy Olfford, who has 
the reputation oic being the 
moat aifgrossive of Royal City 
players.' Burns will be paid 

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««♦«♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦ 







the 3lHt 
Inst;, at th*. . i ' ■•■■■"■■■ lllan'ch- 
ard arid View streets, and all a.ssocla- 
tifms which intend having teams in 
arty of the series Indicated are ex- 
ni.'-lid to bo rcprescntod by dtdcgntes, 
■ :• I. at lli: ;■ ' • 

\r .!,, .arly dut.c a fn i,ii).......-il'l>! 

1 the prospects with .■inyde- 

.1 u V, but tlTM-P i': Httio 
ilirrc will 1" !!'• i.'^nal 
■ imbi-r i.if fnt.ric'^ I't Hi'- viirl- 
ine cotnpPtitlon.s. 'i'liat there 
ill l.<. five or six. and perhaps seven, 
i.aniR In the first dh'Islop Is nSsured, 
11" any reliance may lie iilacetl on the 
gcsSip which is heard among sports- 
liien. li\ the other series, the sec'ond 
division tmd the junior, the associa- 
tion feels confident that there will bo 
plentvof blddcr.H for tluvcupB. 'fhe 
.trouble feared is not tile SPcurlng\of 
sufficient competitions, bul the mak- 
ing provkslon for th".so who enter In i„ ,,„,,.,.,.,« .... ..,„.,,... -,•, 

such a wav that the fierlea may bo ohamplonHhlpr which they won agaln.nt 
comi>lotcd early enmigh t^'i allow , f<Jr > New Westminster and Victoria. There 
the Island and the 'provincial +'hHm- j Is every reason .to . believe thai u clinl- 
,,i,,n«hli).s "which mark llir .s.'ason's 1on»?e. will be .forwnrded Kast '" ■Ll"\l'; 
' , ^jy i behalf for •t.l-'e Mann cup, a solid gold 



th<» London -battle with thankfulness. 
M<;Int<>.«!h has ' been signing up 
enough fighters lately to develop a 
fine voting case of writer's cramp. 
Just hefon- he left the east he mado 
arrangements with Billy Papke for a 
four of ,\nstralla and four fights. 
Papke signed for twenty weeks and 
Mcintosh has anj option for twenty, 
weeks more. Day ^efore yesterday 
Mcintosh signed ,up* Packey McPijr- 
Uind. who will meet Jem DoUglass. 
Itndy itnholz, Johnny Summers and . 
Jack Nedden, all for ttt'cnty rounds. 
He also picked up Matty Baldwin, the 
lightweight who will meet some of 
the lessor, luminaries of the Antipo- 
dean ring. 

' These three, Papke, McFarland and 
Baldwin, will sail from Vancouver, B. 
C, on September 9, for Australia. Mc- 
intosh will not go" over, but will de- 
vote himself to looking after the 
, Burns-La ngford match as well as to 
♦^ Bill T.rfing, the youAg Australian heavy 
' WeLerht. whotn Mcintosh picks as the 
coriiing champion. Incidentally. Mc- 
intosh confirmed the story {hat reach- 
ed here n few days ago from Ne-w 
Y'ork that Ketchell had been pulled! 
nut of his match with Lang because 
Wil.son Mlzner, -^Kotchells niahagen 
.wanted a frame up and couldn't get . 
it. .. Mlzner proposed to McTret^h 
that the latter post a S.'V,aaO giiaran- 
tee that Ketchell .wouldn't b,6 knocked 
out In the, ten rounds, 

Mcintosh's answer was tjulck in I 
decisive. 

"My man f? a fighter." said tlw 
Australian, and the- way he Said it 
show.ed Mlzner that there \Vn.«5 no 
uSo 'tl-ylng to.' get the visiting itromo- 
ter Into a crooked deal. Mcintosh 
does not charge that Ketchell wa.s a 
party to the Ttr^poscd frame up but 
he srtyp that Ketch Ir all In anyhow, 
and wotild hnvo had to beat Lang Inv 
a imnch or not at all. 

.Ye.s, Mclnt'ish i.'< going sbmte |lio.<4.' 

days. He has Burns, Lang. I,ang- 

fonl, Papke. Rnldwlfi. and McFarlaad 

iin<lov ronirnrt on thi.i side, , Is ocipr.Tt- 

iiK in two heniipriheres and every 

oot of thi' from Australia 

hrongh .^m' • lOnglnnd nnd hack 

lip Into tbr '•"■I !'" lias been 

making friin 



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The Vixiicifiuver Athletic. ,ol«ib pliiccd 
the team shown In the field fhls s^im'^f"' 
to compete for the provincial amateuf 



trophy rcCiMilly iircscnli-d i>\ tin- \ u o- 
presldont of tho Canadian Northern rail- 
way system far the encouragement of 
amateur lacrosse throughout the Do- 
minion. This trophy will ' occupy the 
.«ame tiosltloti among amateur eximnents 
of the naUonal-game -aw the Mlnlo cup 
does among the profcHHlonals. 



.nbovo follow: Back row, from i 

right", McCiiaig, CBlder. Donfthuo, Mur- 
niy, Olbbons, McDonald. Centre rtiw. 
T'eacock, I'^lorhellor, Burns. MaVheson (F) 
.■■t- duns (captain), Vront row, Gllmoui' 
,aii.i .\iathesoii ' i ■' 



TODAY'S FIXTURES 



Ba.soball: Victoria ys. Pno- 
liomlsh at .1 o'clock at the 
Royal Athletic Park 

Cricket: Victoria m 

.'ouvcr in final fin ,i Icket 
ihumplon.thlp In Hi'- I'aclfic 
northwest championship. 

Power Boat Ftacea: Compe- 
titions under auspices of Vic- 
toria Vacht Club, starting at 
:; o'f lock from the Inner harbor. 

I'.uwiing: f'tub contests at 
the Be iron Hill grocnw. 



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Saturday, August 27, 19te 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



X. 



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I FEEL IT MY DUTY 



Th 



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Colonist Sunday 
Magazine 



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ill 



lia\c an unusual 



and 



nit cresting 



SI iu\ (.ui I" I ' 



III' niri-mu 



iwvv III the 



Methodist General ConfereRce 

In the form of a collection of si^ecially taken photo- 
graphs, including a'novel picture, of the entire confer- 
ence fn session 'in the Metropglitatt Church, together 
with 

Autographed Opinions of Delegates 



tv 



on two questions — the greatest church need of the 
West and the most important results of this, Con- 
ference. This alone will make it worth while to see 
tomorrow's 



Colonist Sunday Magazine 



MPROVE CABLE 
SERVICE GREATLY 



Manager of Pacific Caloio 
Board Passes ThroLie,ii Vic- 
■ toria — - Time of Sending; 
Messages Reduced 



ey, man- 
'aolfiea'a- 
ttiis 



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HUfcossful cotninercl lUv Tlilw Is Imp- 
pc'tilnK lit tiro iircuciii tlini' not h;HH In 
JJrilltili CLilutTibla tlimi in Uio. aUUua 
HOuUi of UH. Wdmi 111 III,' losSvs so lll- 
cjuriod liy iiUemllnK plaruiiH can lie pro- 
vent.cil l)V foUovvliiK' tJio propor methoils, 
which nci'd imly m li. iiinliTKiwDiJ to be 
fnlUiu'iHl. , Willi till' la.'u ..r KhowInK 
pliuitc.r.s ol* orclmrdM thr Im i nii;thij<!a 
for coinnierclal ..succchs in (ui-lianJlnK 
(hi' dc-'partnient of iiicrioiltnro tlitsrofoie 
piHipciHi's to, co-i)i)eriito uiiiltu-., IH'ttcLlcul 
CfimlU inns. Thi'Se.orfluirilsi will ho i)riic- 
llcal i.lijiri lessons of Llu> nictlibcis hvt^t 
(■Hkula.i„( il to gyolti tlH> UHual cauaen "'' 
I'aihur .mil to net the owner the Im i 
riMuriis I'm' las InveHtment. , '■ •■ 
Tiif K''ii.'r.'\i tt-rms'of ioneration WIU^ 



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Xnjnred In Train Wrock. 

KBNORA, Aug:. 26.— David McCul- 
lough, B. stockman agftd- 55, en route 
from-Wlniiipeg to Montreal, ■was serl- 
Otjiilly tnj'|ir«a at>out the head and back 
yesterday at Hawk. 25 mUes east In a 
rear-end colUaJon on the Canadian Pa- 
cific. He was in charge ot several cars 
ot stock, and was aslbep In the caboosi! 



wlipn a light engine pltphed Into the 
rear of the train. McCullough' was 
brought to the hospital here. Another 
Wreck occurred at midhlgtit at Blxby, 
130 mile.s east of here. Several box cara 
empty, were pitched over an embank- 
ment. They struck and broke a tele- 
graph polo whl-ch completely demora- 
lized all eastern wires for several 
hours. 



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HOUSE BARGAINS 

ONE BLOCK FROM DOUGLAS STREET CAR LINE— 
. in a location rapully advancing in values, three-quarters of 
. >n acre with a Six-rc*om Modern House, two brick pig- 
hou.ses and yards, two chicken houses, horse'^sfable, China- 
man's roorn>5. Good terms can be arranged. ' Price $5,250 
HILLSIDE AVENUE-;-fiTst block off Douglas Stroet car 
line, lot S2 x 120, with Fiye-room Modern House. Price 

.^,15 



— T?! — tt: „ . . : ; 

FAIRFIELD ESTATE— 50 x no. with Seven-room New- 
Modern Hou.se, within loo feet of Car line. Will sell for a 
few days at less tlian cost. Price, on easy terms . .$2,80O 

PANDORA AVENUE— Two Houses, one eight rooms, thor- 
oughly modern, up-tcHdate in- every respect^ the other six 
rooms. Total rent, S60 monthly. Good terms can bo ar- 
ranged Price • • • • $7,000 

JAMES BAY — 50 X 113, close to car, with Five-room House. 
Rents, $25 per, month. Onjy $256 cash^ balance $25 per 
month. • Price '. . ...;.,... . .$3,250 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 

Phone 645 , • 619 Trounce Avenue 



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Mr. .lull II .Mllwnnl 

Ziliyv 111 t!;. I'lirlllr ['"l' I 

blo Koiiril, iiH,.-iHt>a iliiiiiiKli \ KM, Till 

week, from AuMtiali.i, having; •■>.{, !:■ 

In ccinnt'ctioii whh ilu- intiUf^ui iii Imi of. 

an Improved .'-ii\ii., between Aii.strulia 

ami ICiiKland. 

TIiIm Inipfovonient l,a;. 1 ,■ n .11 'I'l 
i)y tlio coiripletion nf a dirccl cable In.-- | 
twecn Viinoouvcr .■ml ilio cabie-station 
nt 'Biuifirld on tlic w^rwt coast of Yiih- 
fiuiver Island. Wltli the installation 
of Whcatatoue repeaters at Vancouver 
and WlnnlppK. the operator Is cnubieU 
to send inesKUKes- (liroct to Montr<»iil 
wlinnce they are ropeuted to Halifax he- 
fone being lia.slied under the Atlantic. ■' 

The Canadian Pacific railway has 
also reserved for tlio excliislvo use of 
the Pacific Cabl<> company a direct wire 
between Vancouver and Montreal. Unr 
der tiio new arrangement the repetition 
of cable messages ^rom Banfield to 
Vancouver and thence to Wlnnipec and 
on to Montreal is tjbvlated; — Tli«r'Whrrrt«" 
stone system enables the operator to 
traii.smlt messages at the rate of one 
hundred words a minute. The message 
is impressed in symbols on a revolving 
tapt!r*B.nother operator beihg util'lssed at 
tlie receiving end to decipher it. Mr. 
Mtlward stated that the average time 
occupied in 'the transmission of cable 
messages between England and Austra- 
lia via Canada has. been reduced to 
about one hour and ilfteen minutes 
since the Improvement of the service 
across, the continent. This represents 
an. average gain of about' half an hoar 
over the conditions formerly prevall- 
• Ing. . - 

Mr. Milward stated that the,businfeas 
of the Pacific Cable, which is subsidized 
and controlled by the British, Canatlian, 
Australian and New Zealand govern- 
ments' is showing a substantial increase 
every year. He is sanRuino that the 
project of a state-owned cable from 
FJaslern Canada to England, thus Insur- 
ihg the completion of- an aU-lmp*rlal 
link around the world will be realil^d. 
He had reason to believe that the pro- 
ject was warmly favorpd by the Aiia=- 
tralian and Ne'w Zealand governments, 
it had also, been espoused by the Hon. 
Rpdolphe I.*Imieux, postmaster-gen- 
eral of the Dominion. 



as f,iii.,\, ^ .\n orchard area of five 

ai n ,-, 1-. a. ired. the land rlearfd and ! I""".' ^'f't^^i'ver. 

ill a I iiiil.i''i >■'! iTistrlct ■ 

, ■■: MI .a li.T .-■ >U improx 

irriKatl'>a is BBS«nti«l liia ^^- ''' i •ue.v 



Madl.ioii. Wis.; Ml.ss Flossie W.ilKrr, 
.Miss oUic Walker, Vancouver: .1. I,. 
Cnuircher, I). McComock. Sa.skatoon; 
Mlki^ Malszuln. Kevilsinkc: S. H. ICerr, 
St. Jnii.h. N 1:. ,\i, :,iia .^r^s. DouglaH, 
N'.-tnii.in .1 . II. .\ liiwii. Muitrs .l.aUi': 
i ■ 'N \'v ri>;lit, I 'III. I ,111.- . ,l,u I. Ta \ l^i . ,- i 
:-! 1 I, , 

At the Victoria — 

I. ■■■"iih, Sidney; 1!. > KaUljiger, 10. It, 
n-in. r, Mt.'dlcliie ifat; .\Y,„...I. Walsli, .-i. 
.V. .Surstiiiin.. I'ortlaiid; Kugune Tliibault, 
S. .M. Itenshaw. ('/ ('lillcis, yancon\er-; 
1/ H. lluwklnti. i. :\ .\|. .. I, ;:. nil.; 
I "iinston; ■ Clnciiiii.i 1 1 , 1; l.a>,<,>. i;. .\. 
Criffin,. O. S. Day, Vancouver; H. S. 
Ciiverhope, KdmloopH; R, .H> Eves, lie- 
attle; H, Kahn, O, 1,. Uussel, 11.' E, Dab- 



At 



aaliiiiir.al- 



SEEK ORCHARDS FOR 
_ DEINSIRAIION 




I'VMii I I! irnKati'>a is essential tha. 
wain iiiHi be laiil ' on tij the 'h)«lu).st 
point .ml .' iih ihe necessary pormancnt 
wiirkM ,n.i .li.strlbut'lon. 

Ill .1 inoiis^lratlon oreliurds 'the main- 
I. r ill. I'harge.s <>f Irrigtitlpn . sifstem 

-li! H born by' th<- ov\ner who ■wjll 41- 
• '■ I'lii^ I he orchard it neceJssafy. 

The govenrmen t will boar the^COBt of 
plovvliig and proparlng the land for 
planting, and th|B cost of marking out 
the land, and planting the» trees. . The 
varieties best slt«fcted to thev district' 
commercially wlU be chosen. The 'trees- 
will. be selected, personally at the nurs- 
ery l>y' a representative . of' the govern- 
ment end ^ the government will furnl.sii 
these trees fi*ee at tiie railway station 
of the planter, . 

. i:)iirlng ea^jli year of operation ' the. 
govornmient will reltntrprse tite o'frner 
for.^Lny experiditure incurred by the op- 
erations la excess of tliose considered 
ji ffcespai'y for t he proper care of the 



^.K;a!M I . \ .'ujcouver; 
j Vahcaiui.'i'; Mr- ' 
j.lStaiVfori|l, (Jan^e ,\ 
couver; jVUs.i .AUau. 



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Provincial Department of Agri- 
culture and What it Pro- 
poses to do Under Plan of 
Experimental Fruit Growing 



The Department of Agriculture !s pre- 
pared to receive •applications f<ir a dem- 
onstration orchard In the south easterti 
section of Vancouver Island, also one on 
the Duncans- Nanalrao section. It Is 
Weill known that many orchards plant* 
ed with the best of Intentions and by 
men of mpre cir less experliince are not 








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REAL ESTATE . 
Members Victoria Stockbrokers' Association 



LIO, 



7... 



If you have property to sell, list 
it with us. 

If you want a house or a lot, a 
farm or water frontage, we iafi 
supply you with a bargain. 



BER LANDS 



List wur limits with us. We 
specia li ze in this department and. 
fec^fVe irequent enquiries for first 
class holdings: ' 




nil (.OVERNMFM SIREET 
P.O. Box 618 'Phone 2445 



orclfard.' 'i'^tils amoTilil' .'rhatt— bo agreed 
on Kpecifically in escli dt.strlct. 

The 'Undartakiag'. 

The governrhent through the horticul- 
tural bcaneh of the department of ag- 
riculture will glve-fuU instructions and 
demon.strations each year to tiie owner 
in all orchard opera I Ions. The owner 
must undertake to follow irnplicitly the 
instructions of the repi esentatlve of 
the department, rfe \vlji alW bear all 
Oosts of apparatus for cultivation, etc. 
and will undertake to do all the work 
necessary. 

The owner irttl agree to "keep accur^ 
ato records of costs, etc. and report to 
the department on record blanks proVid,- 
ed for the same. ., 

The orchard may be used tor public 
dempn^trations at the times -of the pHn-' 
cipal cuiiurui operations. \. 

The agrt-emtspt entered into by the 
cqntraetlng parties sliall be binding for 
firvo (3) years, terminating at that time 
on , six months notice by either pa.rty, 
afiisr wiiich ■ time thf trees become en- 
tirely the property pif the owner of the 
orchard. 

Intending planterp ^^ ho are Interested 
in co-operation along this, line for the 
encquragemenf of prpiier ■methods '• O^f 
fruit' growing In their districts ' can 
feecure further llrfprnuitlon regarding 
this work on- appHeiuion to J.^ .K. Car- 
penior,'" assistant hortUulturist at Vic- 
toria,- or direct to 'h'' puovineini hortl- 
culturlat departnttjnt ' of agriculture. 
Victoria. 

As the* time for n Uig ajjailication's, 

l.s limited to th# tiext fw- weelis prompt 
action is necessary t" have' the appUca- 
ttoa consiacreq. 



rVan. Francisco ; H. M. 
<;hnrtoK N'el^^idii,. 
I lideraon, Hulpli 
.- UalgleiMji, \'ai!- 
, Vancouver; '^'he. 



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To 




You a Statement In Regafd To 

' FRUIT- AT! VES" 



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fed II 



aiii 



in re.spt-ct lu. tile wt.iiiderl'iil 
<;'h'r<.>tiit' ("(iM.stiimtiuii wa.s iii 
eral licultli w'i^h iniseral)!!- m 
and ixlariiied. 1 \Si.m ireiili-l 



Mrs. Macleod. S. S. P. E. lK|ahdr V. 
Nl,mcriffe. H. M. S, ,ShearWuter; F, 
X.' Barrff, Vancouver. 



A. 



Cauj^ht 
PORT ARTH 



in Machinery — ,- 

ig. 2*. — William 



Smith, fai-em.uii of th« annex at King's' 
elevator, wa« killed ai^ a'jeauH of Ills 
ovei*ali being caught In the maehlnc^ry, 
No ' one saw the accident; and tile body 
was l*uund when other 'empjoyees who 
luve.stlgatied the blockade it caused. 
Smith wjiH 35 years old and leaves ii 
wife, a.nd Jwo cliildren. 



KLAMATH FAJJLiSr, Ore.. Aug. 26.— 
So pressing is the need for fire fight- 
ers in the Crater forest district, that, 
aci;ordlng to a mejfsage by a chief 
forester to hie wife today, six men at 
the government cairip who refused to 
go to thti front were given ten min- 
utes to leave the camp ot^ift thrown 
into Stiuaw lake. The beliot is be- 
coming stronger that many o'f tha 
fires- are of Incendiary origin. It was 
reported here today that a reward of 
$10,000 would be offered by the gov- 
ernment, and that detectives wiO 
soon enter, the district to search for 
evidence. The worst fire.s are being 
kept on the western slope of the t'as- 
cades. Bodies of deer overjtaTten by 
the ilames are being found. 



lui-.sM.i.' Mir.iinir hi. N. l:i., Jari.'17. 1910..- 
. , a ill. \. iirfcTn'n^^ijrisbllcltf.td Btutenii'ut 
I n-n't'd, by taking 'Fruit-a-tlv. ;<.' 
1 ! .Ml 1 suffered with for yearfl-v.My »»*ii 
•ill . i rhis disease, and I. became deiweswi'd 
'!i .a> iiiH without tbctiHghtost pormu^U'tU 
lai.ieis bulf notbliiif ,'dMl^« any, 



ills .1 In! 



I li 

I'ehef^t.'ojfid I ai-!i-ii I'l i-.ina.-i i.. 

good"; ' 

I saw the Htrong tiistlmnii 
lal'-in- fii'voi- of" I'^ruli-a- 
lives', l^y 'New Brunswirk's 
"Grand Old M|in,' the Hon. 
John Costlgan, and I Im ,^ 
that anytlilng he stall'', '.sa;; 
lioneat and true and given 
only to help his. fellow-rnen. , 
I tried 'Frult-a- lives' ami 
the elTects were most mn 
veilouB, and^ Bow^ L.._aiii tJi- 
tirely well from all iny 
'Chronic Constliiatlorii that 1 
suffered from for so many 
year g. .My general hetiltli i.s 
once more/excellent ami I 
cannot say too much to ex- 
press my thanks for the 
great benefits derived from 
taking 'Frult-a-tives.' " 

A. a. WIJ^LISTON. 

"Fruit-a-tives" is not -got- 
ten up by druggists or expert 
chemists — who know nothing 
about disease and Vne needs 
of the human body— btit is 
the scientific discovery of a 
well known physician, and is the .only inemciiH 
Juices. ; 

50p. a~box, 6-f&r^2.'50, or trial size , S.l.c. At all dealers, or s eat, po stpaid, 
on, receipt of price by l-Yutft-a-ttves. Limited, Otlawa. ^ 




in the world mado of fruit 



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AT THE CITY HOTELS 

At the Empreea — 

A VL Cox. Vancouver; ,0. II. Dickie! 
and wife, I>uncan8. A. R. Baker. Van- 
couver; A. Griffin. G. D. Lynch. Winni- 
peg; F. B. HolKtead aAd wife. W. Hag- 
gle, Vancouver, Dr. Margpret Corlay, 1 
BOBton. Mass; Mrs. B. Jacob. Pblladel- 
pblji; G. A. M Carter, Vancouver; U. H. 
gfiSw, Quebec; F W.,S. Crisps. Winni- 
peg; Ri S. Clayton, W. Ke.ate and wife, 
ancouver; E.' F. Ciraliam, London; J. B. 
Craig and Mrs. Tralg, Glasgow., Mr and 
Mrs. Cry man. Orleape; B; J' Wlnslow-, i 
Montreal; Mrs. W, C. Matthews and i 
daughters. Toronto; H. fjmitli and wife, I 
Stewart: ,H. T tMdeby. Seattle; 8. W. | 
Blair, New Orleorrre; R. H. Gale, Vanctm- j 
ver;C. N. Miller. 11. Miller. N'ew York; 
H. Of ferhan. -Vancouver; A. W; Jansun, 
.Miss Janson. Uefer Inland: K. H. KotiA- 
i treei A. 'C. Littery and wife. Vancouver; 
: .1. A. Sweeney, F. («, Bninton. New 'York; 
\V. C. Pettllt. PornBlyvania; H. \S". 
Tucker, ■ Vancouver; if'V W. Hambert and 
■wife, Portland; • K. ' F. ^Mlltenbergei . 
Vancouver;- Robt. .lacob. Pmiladelphin; 
; I. L., Pyke. J • K. Reid,. Vancouver; H. C 
j Walhy. Seattle; A. HllUngton, Van'tou- 
i ver,. B. Lyon, MisB Lyon, ,T«lcotrta: Mr. 
! wnicoXi W. R. C-rawford and wife, tiie-, 
attic; C. W. Mount and wlfp, Lewiston, ' 
I .Mrf. L H. H<,-dger. Heattl*; Mrs. O. C. j 
■ vvagner.-t^hloago; Mh». M. Dyer, Seaitleri 
Mrs. A. M. rarr> Boston. Mas*. ; K. J. • 
Alien, New York; Uft. Boiawlne, Helena ! 

A t... Hw , PrUrti— V.' •'; / '■yr :. • i 

.T. A, Wid." VanoollTW: Ernst Dolge. j 
rir.inia; Ohas W{n»U|fnby amd wife. 
i:i..in.of WlXlougliby, R*»lto«; 'W. Bl Wil- 
■ ai.,ji_and wife. Piorthmd: : Chas. Gl.lly. ! 
Winnipeg; G»-o. W. 3grj»|iertB, VV. Clive* 1 
Vancouver,. W. Sonn(«> and wife; A. O. ' 
Evatie, Seatilie; Mr. and Mr*.. Ahderson, ' 
Pleasant .Beaeb. Mrs. W. Marriott, Van.i } 
couver; 11. Wllfsnn, Toronto; D. M. Pat- 
tir»r*ion. Vancomrr,: D. p. Cte.rk, W|nni- 
i.e-x. James TrumbuU. 'Chicago; Mr. and 
•Mrs. R. IC Ta,)>er, IJev Tort*; W^; E«ten- 
'''■■■' 'fincouvor, w; Jf. Bwairt, eeaHle;~ 
1 Its, Mrs. K. ,8. Bibb, KaMxtli* 

1. ■,>, L.- Morri-s. ..G.'JT ' "H"-isoj»,- C. G. 
Helidjeraon, Vlineoiive 

At the Xing Ed-wfluM— 

W. TTTl^SOry. KkUl;,„ ;.;. . t:, Warrf'n 
i nice. .U. C. Peel. P. E.,Fn»nd. Qeaifle; 
(,': Am^pi; LotUe Lamt, W,, B. Sloan, J 
\"3ni--'u\-.-T;" 11. n. -'Iw^wiftani' Seaftl.e; J. , 

A znUcrbautT-' ^"i^-- wife. !»<*rtl«uld^ M,-l 
lii.iitsij, Mrs, .Toronto; J^' E. j 

Imle. Mrs. ■ .\, ,. . ..jie. ' Port KUtabetli, 
S, Africa; T. Manfian. iJuncans; U. !•. j 

Wrigley,,, Vancouver 'A,. Fi«rg'"''"" '^^•-^ 
KcrguKoti, .MlnfS L. 'Lennox, J 
»"'■'■■ McKeriKle, Mlas Macph.i •;>...,.. -..,-- 
r; A. Godwin. New We»t«n1-niit ir; j 
..,,r., '■•■-■-■-- AH.,.',.„-i. ■ W. J', :SiJitts»son. ■ 
Mr*i, nnolly, Tah^ttver: 

!; AV .......1 , .,. --.i.H. -Mp-i--^ .fetdn-'; 

;. initte; Anna Hagan. u'MrJl. ' 

<;. A Terrlll. A'«riCou'\i'i- ^ 

At t'iic Doralnlbn— 

V .Jones, V.I 

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'Every pair must go To make room for the new Fall goods that are arriving 
daily. Prices are no object. Secure a bargain while you may. " 



LADIES' Tan Kid, Patent LeallKr. 

' A'ici Kid Oxfords, new ,'vhapcs^ 

American inake. Regular, i$^.<X) 

to $4;5a ." , _ 

Clcaranc<fe price. pa?r. ., 



$1.95 



.MEN'S Patent Leather, Calf Skin 
and Tan O.xfords', American makes 
Regular, $4.50 to $6.00. 
trance price, paiV. . , . 



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LADIES' I:51ac|c 
' Regular, $2.00. 
Clearance price, pair. 



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MI'" .\"S Kid Low Siioes, 

w eight. Regular, . $3*00. 
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Acreage 



Five' Acres, all unil<;r cuItivaiiMn. with new 4-riM.in, 1ari;e 
liMn-(\ li.u-atrd MP, Feltliain Kil.; 1411 mil lioariii,!.; unit 
liir-, 35 \(iiiiil; liiH'h, 1 acrr .slra\\ lu rru"- Mn«l <alicr ^iiiall 
iriMi^.;' halama' in potatoes. ^frice, on Iciin-, $6,750. 
'1\ iin> ran he arrangofl. ■ '■ - 

Strawberry Vale Park, 5 acres, [lartly slashetl, riiGe- situa- 
tion. I 'rice $750. 
I Pender Island — (>.S acres, with' well-built lop: house. ,,an.d 
^■>'>.i \m11; about 2.000 cedar poles and good timber ; 40 
aeir^ ran, be cultivated. This property has over half - 
nuK: walcrTront. Price, on any reasonable'tefttis, $2,000. 




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Business Property 



One Lot 60 x 120, just off Douglas St— Price $9,00^; one- 
third cash. 

Yates St., less than i block from Douglas— l(3Ck-.3c 120 and 
large 2-storey brick huiliiing — $70,000, on te rms. 



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Yates Street, between Broad aind Douglas, lOO x 120 feet, , 

\\\\\\ .vstfir}- brick building-, jiroducing ^.ood teVenuc. 
\\ ill be sold ehcap tn cK »-c'estate. . Price $150,000. yjury 
reasoimblc tei'ins. 

Victoria Harbor Waterfrontage— Two LotsS EsquimaVt 
Road, beiN. een Rnck Bay ati4,:Bfeint -EHiCe Bri^^^^ 
Ifiefc M: waterfrontage. Reveiaitt*- producing. $18,000. 
;CJno»third cash; \ 

Cook Street, Two jLots on Corner, nice elevation., ^ach lot 
ii».6o$M^ «U fenced, city water passes property.' Price 
""$32S^each. $^25 cash; balance $10 per -monthr 

One Lot, Close to City Parkland Tramtvay I'ark^^Yates 
Estate. Pnce"$3oo, qri easy terms. -^_ 





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In the Business Section. LOW PRICE— EASY TERMS. 
Sure to advance during next ninety days. 



~ P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Money to Loaiu^ Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Ren!. 

PHONE 1076. 1130 BROAD STREET. P. O. Box 428 



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$2400 



$3000 



FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE 

Thl8 has been built about tw6 yeWS, Is 
modern in every way, propoeed car line 
will pass property. Lot is 54 x 120 feet 
to a lane. 

Easy terms. 



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NEW FiVE-ROOMEb BUNGALOW 

_. Wide "ve randah, reception hall, bpllt-lij 
sTdeBOWrd^ beam ceilings, burlap, plate" 
rails, window seats. Inside mile circle; 
half- block from cars. Close to lot held 

.ai"' $4,500. Arrange terms. 



NEW S|X-ROOMEO HOUSE 

Modern n every way, full size basrt- 
menti^ foot lot; half block from car: .ad- 
joins lot held at $4,500; inside half-mile 
Circle.. ' 

Very easy terms. 



$1400 



COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS 

Light, sewerig, etc., with half lot; facing 
City Park; one block ft-om car, line. 

Easy terms.. 



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ACRE LOT CLOSE TO CAR 

Cleared; inside iv4-nille circle; well 
drained. Very good buy. 

Arrange terms. 



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FIVE- ROOMED COTTAGE A^D LOT, 
60 X 200 

Fruit trees, etc.; .three, blocke from cars. 
Corner, half block away held at $l:',000. 
Basy terms. " . 



PEMBERTON & SON, "^ fort,st. 




1200 Gash 



And $25/per month will huy a well built Four-room Cottage, 
thoroughly modern, 'with half ;in acre of good land, tile drained 
and. all fenced... Barn and brood house for chickens, and 32- assort- 
ed fruit trees. Owner desires larger premises, which is the only 
reason for selling. 



GRANT cS: LINEHAM 

P.O. Box 307 633 YATES STREET ■ Phone 66t 

/ LINE HAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 

"^^''^"''"^1 LINEHAM & CO. Jordan River. 

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One of the most desirable business corners in the citjv^jeing 
the Southwest Comipr of Fort arid Blanchard Streets. Lot 
60 feet on Fort Street and 120 on Blanchard. You can se^ 
cure this at a figure, to^y that will assure you a handsome 
profit in a 'Very short time., 

Also 60 :!4 120 feet on Fort between Quadra and Vancouver 
Tliycnue^beartng: and below the market. 

Jiuy on Fort Street, where the movement is atrd reap large 
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160 Acres, pp main mad. 1 '/i miles irom railway staiii'ii ; excel- 
lent dairy farm: 50 acres improved; (groomed bungalow ; 
water laid c)n;;4-roomed cottage,. barnH, and raitbuildings; 
cattle^ horses, implements and furniture inchulc«l., Offered 
cheap, owing to owner leaving "the country. 

31 Acres, clotsr t. -< ,1. .^ miles from railway station ; all good 
land, 17 acres clcar"cd and cultivated, of which 10 acres plant- 
ed to fruitf 10 acres slashed and partly cleared' balance light 
timber.' Good proposititi*. t;0 make money. Price .. .$52$° 



The B.C. REALTY COMPANY ■ 

623 Trounce Ave Phone 2443 1 



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Between Quadra and Viin- 
couver Sta., <5oft, with good 
house. Monthly rental $35. 

Price $200 
Per Foot 

Fine building site west of 
Dunsmuir's Castle, 195 x 186 
ft. Price $9,500. 

We «?ail give easy terms 
on these. 



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FOR SALE 

Comox, Vancouver Island 

Cleared and bush farms; sa- '^ 
frontage in district at all prices. • 
Fln« famllngr <*ountry;. good local * 
market. \ 

Apply B^dnollV i& BIscioe. Retal . 
'Eiatate Akw^. c4m©x and Court- 
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Real Estate Agent 
DUNCAN, V. 1. 



Telephone 9^ 



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Near Donp;Ias Succt 

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I ponal Reallij Co, I 

Phphe jifis 
1232 Government St. 



Ten Acres 

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Between ]^t^nclnmt—ari4 Quadra. Si»e 33 x 120. Large, 
modern jStiiljlingv rental $125.00 per month. Special price 
for few days $19,000.00— $7,000.00 ra<li. balance i and 2 
years. 

HOWARD POTTS 

BQwnass Building,. Broad St. 
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Income Property j J IsJaL^^'^^HS 

- r— : — ~ - "TT~^'^n ' ^ ", 7 1 Two lot« .to, bo .^'iM ;ii ■■-'■ 

FORT STREHT PROPEftTY f T ^,,,„„„j,e_ t,,„ ,„,,<.,, j,, e.550. i- 

i., UK'utcti be- ♦ t ln.^1()c, lot $450. 

"i Blanfihard,- ? f Doth, on F.a^v T.,,,r.. 

piir.- $12,500. oneaay toniisi. f i ' 



Exceptionally High Barometer 
Over Province, for. the Latt 
Couple of Weeks.— Last 
Rainfall. Was August 15. 



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'*Thl8 Kas'toeen one of the dflosi sutn- 
mers- whIcH iVe have had for nuiny 
years." said Mr. E. Baynes Reed, the 
local metcorolOKlst, yesterday after- 
noon. •■Thoro has been an exceptlonuuy 
l.lffh tjaronictef all over the province, tor 
tho iB.sti (.ouple ot wceH«- 1''i<? h'Slies^ 
point re.iched was at Triangle island on 
Wedno.'idny morning, when the buro 
mnti^r reBtstf'fOd 30,57. A^ Katn loops It 
went up «h ;!0.50 /m tlie/same dfty. On 
TiU'sd.-iy In VIctorl-a the/ barometer .,wa« 
30.-J2 niia on Wednesday/ St ro.*.^ to 30.4-J^. 
Those oJiserviUhniH worh nil taken at .> 
a. m.. but; during the morning oC Wed- 
nfeBdiiy It connnenfod to drop and wont 
.down as. low as 29.7Ct 

In bar6m«*trlcal otiserVntlon.^ ,U \h ai- 
•wavs nolloe.'ible that when the haromei- 
„:. ;,,,„.. t,. ■in'.Mr.MiM' lii'iuht tll^ro.^nnK■ : 



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■f 1 lie^vy, rainfall In Vlctofla 

fill on UK' Uiih of ihls'month. On this, 
otcasion .18 of an inch fell iind on the 
l.ith there wa.*i a slight precipitation 
unionn.tlnK to .Oi of an Inch. July was 
i».Kceptlonully dry, ' the only raih during, 
the whole' tnonlh falling on th* 22nd, 
and that amoiintPd to unly -.i)t .of an 
Inch. . ■ 

'•■June was the wet month ofthe sum- 
mer, and durlnK that month therc^ wa.s 
over an inch of rain, May .registered ■ 
l.'7S houns of briglit sunshine, while Jjino 
has only been, credited with 221. July 
had 351, hours of brUhtness. The vvea- . 
ther conditions during June were out of 
the ordinary. 

The Smoke Holsanoe 

Anoti>er cliaraoterls^t.ic of the pres- 
ent hummer is that there has beeAi up 
to th^ present an entire absence of 
smoke In the nlr. In 1909 the smoke 
was exceptionally thick, but until Thurs- 
day it lias' not been noticeable. It was 
the .smoke which caused the peculiar ap-, 
poarance of the sun that day. Soon 
through a thick cloud (»f smokis, the syn 
always has a brifeht red color, much the 
same as the autumn mo6n, .The smoke 
is thought to have come from the direc- 
tion of Kan Juan island and from ttie 
state of Washington. There was also 
dense smoke In Nanaimo on Thursday, 
carried) north by the south wind. 

ABk««d roKardlng the probabilities for- 
the n«Hct few days; Mr. Reisd replied that 
i^t the present condition of the atmos- 
'phere It.was exceedingly .difficult, to 
make any forecast which might possess 
any degree of accuracy. ^\x\A particu- 
larly Is it difficult to do this in \'1( - 
torl^. The forecasts in all of tii 
tlon* are mttde oh tlie rieport.<? oi 
statronis, wKlch are telegrai't i 
them ever.v fitly. In tills r>r" ' ; 
most of pu,r rain ji'ml ^" 
from the I'liclflc an.! i 
stations wi'ft !•( X ir- I 1 



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COMPANY I : W. n. Ellis : i Wescott & Letts • 

I 648 Yates St. Phone 1087 ♦ t """"^ f^. 1122 Government Street ♦ 



Fleming & Dowswe!! l i Plumniei; S Rideout 

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634 View St. 



Phono 2307 ^ * r. 



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COLONIST WANT ADS bRhNG RESULTS 



. markiilild Iiict 
I'riaco Uupert. . 
,i,. 1.1 .', 'r'Tniinal city experi- 
iiiAvii/all. , On Thursday night' 
■ iioro wixH a little rain In Winnipeg lunl 
,l Q4»!AppeIle. but nntBldo of thlii tlioro 
has bee.ii ''< Western (.'anaila 

«(ni'n Int- ivlmn there' wiiw a 

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-. Th.. 
J I sj'ii.ji.-iiiilij liir th.' 
locket^i. a vlllago ri(>ar 
I •■i:..-atly Installed eleerri 
ijorlty of ihc, resldeni.s/n - 
it nn <!,nfl:,-' hour, hut tiicii. 
iicliulinK soyerjfl mannfiu - 
luii.T.-., iia\iiiii villf.i,« nt ,(J.«|'kPta vs'liui liy 
not. always return to thw .h"iinc»' vcri- 
. .,,.1.- Kioven is the' .ii|i/)/(?',',fix<'<;|uho|\ 
I off the ctirroiH. 'siii;)ply(ngl the 
■ i.i'-t-i i.unps, bi't in nrflpr to nu-el'tlie 
'■onvenleoee ■' il)'""' \^•!l<J rcniiiin at 
their c!ii' \it»'r honr, .slot ma- 

chines Ji. 'I ;ii ■ <M-taln lanip- 

post"^ "■' 'iiiii IN iij I'ariT who now 
rear dark streetvi ..v .locket.-t 

nflei ■ ' 1' m can iil,;it'>' a penny In 
the -I "I .10.1 l>''!f llio vlllnge become* 
linhtiMi. it (iiai iloi.'i '-'it ■iifilr.o he can, 
liy payln.t? another ;.!ii have light 
all thij way home. 



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THREE ACRES, Colville Road, one block from Gorge car line, 1 3-4 miles from 
City HalJ| pri^e per ac^^^^ ' ' - - - - -; 



THREE LOTS on Cowan Avenue, 150x175 feet 
FOUR LOTS off Granite Avenue^ each 



. , $1,500 

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,-=-.:-.■- ~^6df-$7o6 

EE LOTS on linden Avenue, 
TWO LOTS on Wellington -Street to be sold en block, price 

FIVE WATERFRONT LOTS, Shawnigan Lake, about 2 l-Xacres each, price 

per lot - - - " ■" " — " .- ; ^^ $265 




SOLE AdENTS 



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AY & B. BOGC 

620 FORT STREET. VICTORIA,. B. a 




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N. E. Corner Fort and Blanchard, Co x 120. Price,. $40,000. $io.cxx3 cash. 
Fort Street. Between Blanchard and Q uadra . Go x 1 20.' Price $20,000. $8^000 



cash. 



Balance. in each case to he arnmoed. 



GREEN &BURDTCKrBROS. 

REAL. ESTATE . lNSUR.\NCg 
Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets .' 




V\'e have for sale, a valuable property fronting on deep vi?at,er in a sheltered position, con--»_ 
taining a larj^^c deposit iof Limestone and Clay .«?uitable for the manufacture of the finest grade 
,ol Cement. It (s well known that the'demand for Cement is very muehr-iiv ex^iyas-oL the sup- 
pi}^. It is now used extensively, as a BuiJdinig Material, and- owing to the lar.ge ampurit of 
hutlding, laying of cement sidewalks and foundations for pavements, etc., now goin^ oil in the 
Coast Cities, contractors and others arc unable to obtain sufficient material to use in their 
^business. Almost daily articles appear in the press=selating the same story — the shortage of 
„cement. The property which is now offered by us for sale can be hijc^hly recommended to . 
any one looking for an investment of this nature. The shipping facilities are of thelreSTrand 
■any intending purchaser can very easily satisfy themselves as to botlrthe quantity and qual- 
ity of both' Limestone and Clay. . _^^ 



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BELCHER AVENUE, dose to two 

car lines, eight-roomed house and large lot. 

Only $3150- z— 

$750 cash — balance on easy terms at 1%, 



APPLY TO 

Fire Insurance a Specialty. 

REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 

Telephone 65 



GQLES & ODDY 



1205 Broad Street, Next to "Colonist Olf ice 



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Wn linve some good ncvKfigc 1 
Bm*>ll ; . 1 ; ^ for' iate sit Coj 
wood, on \cry eaay terma! 

Several block.-* of land >in.and 
mtoc -lh'! iK-.v MIU Kay mad. 

Also several buslniigs proper- 
ties In ijie heart of Victoria. 



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Bti^s Three Lovely Lots' with a Modern Dwelling House, 
Garage and Fine Ornamental Garden 

Oil Government Street 

Convenient to Dallas Road, Park and Cars, on \'ery Lasy 
^ Terms. 



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R. B. PUNNETT 





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lr,~ acres of g: >d land. 250 fruit 
treos bearing. Close to Bteam- 
bpi't •landing'. Small house,' barn 
and stablfs. An Ideal spot. 



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ALBERT TOLLER & CO. j 



Telephone iliD, l\ O, Drawe 
Xoom 10, S£aboa Block. Victoria. 



Imperial Bank Chambers. 
604 Yatta StrMt 





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Remnant Sale of Lois in, Holly Wood ParK, Foul Bay 

WILDWOOP AVENUE, lots '^O utid I'l. (•i'v»>rpd with kdish and bciiiti- 
fut trct-y. iiiu' block from thf> tunuh utid ideal nUUie to cami), or for 
.\oiir h'niif. Prltp on cm h lot |600. Tfrnis $50 tash and the bal- 
fiiiip at $15 Iter month. . • '• , 

HAZEL WOOD AVENUE, Ui'i yards from tho Koul Hay brkrh. hcautl- 
ful. hiKh; level lot. norocK faiinj; south and <.-a>U TJaJs' is the iVnest 

I lot In the whole of Hollywood Park and was r etained by" iV ne of the 
a.lndlcatf tor. himself, but, now has drclded -that he needn" motp than 
one lot. PrKe $650, Term.'? $50 Cash and the b.Hlance at $15 pef 
month. - ' \ 

.HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT. I ■iTJT'RV'autlfuliA wooded lot r,0 x 120 q^ 
HiKh. Itvpl, free from rock and dry. This i.s-^vorlh easily *8<t«. "fily '-^ 
Olio hluik from the sttroet car. PrUe $600. Terms $50 cash and the 
Imlanre at $15 per month, 

ROBERTSON STREET, we own- ! -'. l>t:^ on thiia street. -Ml level, 

, grassy, and one block from. Foul Bay bemh, LH.st week and this 

week we havo solij all those except two of the best lots, on which a 

loirty had an option until this morningr. Price $600 each. Terms $15 , 



lESE 



No. 1177.— ,\ choice i)icce nf -luff, fronting 60 
feet on IJndch Avenue, between McClure anH RicH- 
•ardson, running" In an alley. 



$2,300 



Xo. 1007m. — Yhe C'onrcr of Linden ■ :\ venue and 
Richardson Street, frontins;' ho feet on Linden. 



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Choice Pr()periy near 

I - Duncan lor Sale 

■■ pomprlslnsr 27% icrea >,(28^-!Cl eared and about 15 underdralned.) EJx- 
cellent 7-roomed hoHBe, w|th modern converilenfeS. Orecnhou8t\'. barns, 
stwhles, cowhouses. Hay barn (with carrier, holds 35 tons.) Orchard 
and small fruits. Good, we ll and IKingr Bprlng, si^fflcient (or all pur- 
■pr/aes of irrrgrallcni;: All land well fe?uced. I^'rJce. ,:.... .$11,000 



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RICHMOND AVENUE SOU.TH. On this atrppt we had 80 lots, all level 

clean d,Jii,Grh.ai*^dr>% wnd one block fron"! tlie Foul Bay beach, street. 

car» run pa.«it. IBuildlng restrictions '>f $10oO on all lot;*.. We' have 

only 5, lots left, at $550 each. NothlnR In the city their equal at J800. 

.Xre yon Roins; to let them .ill be cleared out and not own a lot at 

Foul Hay? Terms $50 cash and $15 per fhonth on each lot. 
\V^ have several hou.se snaps, all new, in desirable parts of the city. 

oiV easv term». Look them up before you buy. 

RICHARDSON STREET, beautiful level lots in the r>oi,igla» estate. 

Just in-low Cjovernmcnt hou.io. These lots are unsurpasssed as ?i 

spejcujatlon as the fashionable portion of the city is jfrowlng tq- 
"-wari^s them, \vc ftel contldent they will be worth $1,500 each In two 

\ears. Price $6S0. on easv tcrmH. Sewer.s pass the lotg. 

McPHERSOi^ & J'UILERTON BRO^ Phone l888r~Trouncc Ave; 




THE^RIFFITH CO. 



RE.^LTY .\.\D TIMBER 



Room 11, Mahon Block. 



Insurance — Fir-e, Life and Accident 



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If yon are loofclngr for a gooi 

safe Interest paylntr Inyestmeut 

It would b?-, Worth your While to 

InvestlRHte either »f tlie following 

which (ire business properties': 

faate price 130,000;, monthly rev- 
enue |260.(J[5). 
■Sale price |*B;000.; monthly rev- 
enue I3ZK.O0. > . _ 
In both casus ,th* bullditiffnt are ■*] 

♦ urood .and the friint toot price 1| 

♦ asked for adjolninfir lots makes 4 
I both propostttcms ■ took dlltr bar- ■" 
I gains. 

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$9,500. 



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Good Building 
Lots Close in 



Vancouver Street — larerc lot. 



CLEARING 



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Phunpffry Chttmbw^ 



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11 u' next few days, 
$2,500 handles,, halaiTCe arranjjed. 

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WILLIAM MONTEITH 

RMt E«ti)t«» Loans, inauriinoa 



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$4,200 (260). 7 rs)ome(l house with."! bedroopis, parlor, (UnlnKfoom, kit- 
chen, den and larpe receiitlon hall beautifully (Inlijhed. ,Buth and 
tollot. full -basement, fully modern. 

$3,350 (.1380). B roomed bungalow. -' heati?nin», f^Cfiptlon hall, .\^ry 
large livitiK room, kitchen, bath and^toltet, fiill basement. This 
propert,\- ami.-^ initlt MiiordlnK to most modern method."? and i.'' just 
hni.slied r*f-ail- ■itimi.' . -' ' • 

TO LET 

$15 Per Month,' 6 I'ic!! .-iilil <'.u- line. 
^if, Pf... Month, <\ - ,!.i , ., _. 



FORT SI REET 




SOxlun Bu.siness' rornM- 

60x120 Tlevenuc prodmliiK 

60x1 :;ii X'.ii Olanchanl st . 

60x1-0 .NCMiPry- nianrliaiiJ. . 

Saqnlmalt. 

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30,000 

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. 'I'crnis $850^ 

Victoria West — lot, so-xioo. 
$150 cash $400 

D.avie Street— ju-^t, nil Oak 

■Hay .\\cinu\ rcmcni \\ ;i!k 

and houicvard, (>4.\i_'0. 

- Onc-tliird cash $700 

Corner Pembroke and Cook 

— D(.)ublc C'Tiicf, 120X120. 

T<?t'"Js . . . . ..... ;.. $2,500 

Corner Princess and Van- 
couver. 'JVrms . . $t,a50 

Vancouver, near Princess. 



ineap 

New biiildiii,:;. w ith ovcijs to stut tenant. Best situation in cit^. 



Ternis 



$1,050 



.lO Aot*s of splendid bottom land, 
seofrontBKe,. 35 acres cleared, 
lovely running -stream flows 
tiiroiiKh tM ■ property; all 
, fenced: no buUdinKs'; Within 2 
hom-H from Victoria. Prlci per 
nere ', . ; . . .'■; $50.00, 

'\ ASrOTRSK SWAP '' ' 

SO Acres of A-1 .land! uncleareijl, 
with Iwth sea and Jake front ago, t 
Ifind level and ea.<<il.y cleared, 
ftdjolninfr wharf, neAr' achooi, 
about two hours ffbm Victoria. 
A doslfalde property and a.good 
buy (it, per acre ,'...,.. fsi'6.00 I 
AVOTHXA- BITAV t 

115 Acrts, wnall orchard, 10 acres 
of fine' land, .eleared, smiiU 
house and outbulldiniTB;' a. true 
nntfiral spring, of lovely water., 
piped to lioiise; horises, wagon 
implemi?!nt». • 300 chleken.s: ov- J 
ery thing on the place »^.. ♦ 

Price .;.:,.., .... . $3 ] ',() 4 

T«* MMOSttam SWAP- ♦ 

40 Act-en, ,14 cleared, » 

trees bearing, rr ..f .-, ^ 

rooms; barn; et' sprfmr t 

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: ROYAL REAL I Y COMPANY 

, Real Estate. Insurnn r ;ir.(' Financial Agents 615 Fort Street 



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H<?(il KKt.nte Affont. 

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VierORIA DAILY COLONIST 



8aturd«y, Auguct 27, 1910 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 



COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounce Ave. Phono 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 




On the Waterfront 




PRINCE GEORGE 



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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 





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Contemplating a 
Trip to Europe? 



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THE ROYAL LINE 

^"l!l li!l viv.n- iva-us. I'lrst. tSefOuU and 
Tlitrd I i! i!i : . rotiimodatroh Is iinpx- 
cellfij \v!,i!.- I':.- l)lnintr Service leaves 
tioliiiii^' I,. I ,^ ,-,, -•■,,; , . 

'I'll I- .\> \i Sa ; '. i!iu:'^ aro 

ROYAI. GBOBGE . Sept. 1 

ROYAL ED-WABD . . , , Sept. 15 

BO YAI. QZOKQE .... Sept. 39 

ROYAL EDWARD Oct. 13 

Any liailwii.v or Hlcamship ARsnt In 
\iii"il'i win book your passage- via 
ih. .<!■ .'-^i. aniers, or urlte 'Win. Stapleton. 
iliMioral AKonl, Scoti Hli'ck. Wlijnipeg, 
.\ran. 



FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

Aha 

Southern California .„ 

victoria ai -^ a ni.. -Vai^asi 31. 
steamers yL'EiJN' OR f:iT\ uK 

THROUGH 8BRVICH 
I-ravo Seattle 10 tt. m., 'steamer GO'V- 

i;rnok ore president., srpt. 2, 9. 

For Southeastern Alaska. COTTAtJE CITY 
or CITY OF SEATTLE leavea Seattle a P. 
■a.. AuR. .11, f^i-pt. 6. li. 17. 

TI< ICET .\NI> FREIGHT OFFICE— 1117 

Whaif Btrcct.~Phone 4. • -.-.^r™. 

R. P. RITHET & CO.. Ltd., Affentg. 
C. D. DUNAN'N. Gen., PaBsengor Agent. 

113 Market St.. Ban Francisco 
For furi-her l.nformattoa obtain (oldmr. 



B. 



Grandji Link Pacific'ljiier Car- 
ries Many Passen'gets to 
Stewart aild Prince Rupert 
—Minister of Works Goes 



8 a. m. 

I I r 1 • \ . — I ' 1 o u 1 1 S' ; S . 
award; 'JILKO; ii.S. 
a/.Lj. — ( 'Lloar; I'aliii 
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sea 



BRUIMO IS 
TO 



COMING 
VICTORIA SOON 




VViil be 'Overhaujed siB Used 

to Carry Freight to Northern 

Ports— Steamer British Cd- 

'lumbia -tia&.-Been Chartered 



Union S.S. Company 

Of B. C, Ud. 

Direct Scrvl'p 1 ;.M wt en Vancouver and 

"STEWART 

Tlie favorite uassenKCr atoamer 

"Camosun'' 

Leaves "Vancouver every 'Wednes. 9' p-tn. 

Ar. Prince Rupert every Frl. e'temoon 
Arrives Stewart every S«tar. afternoon I 
Leaves SteWai-t evfjr/ Saturday 6 p.m. 
Leaves Prinr» Itupert every Sun. 9 a.ni. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a.m, 
Tickets from Victoria " ""' ""'*" — ' 
6treet. Telephone 116«. 




THrouKh tickets and through bills of 
(riding are now Issued from' Fuget 
.■-oiind and British Columbia ports to 
Atlin. B. C, DaWBOn^C. T. and FalI^ 
b.mks, Alaska. Connections made at 
iSkagwaV, with our. , daily trains, at 
White Horse and Caribou with our 
river and lake steamer.s «.nd at Dawson 
with steamers for points on the Lower 
"i'ukon river. 

Fur further Jnformat.lon apply, 
TBArPIC DEPABTMEITT W. P. Ss V. ». 
4')ri \Viia::ii, Buliillng. Vaiicaiu vcr. B. C. 



S.S. 


loiege-Wto 


f 


Leaves 


the a. T. P. -Wharf at 


-— li" 
7 :30 ' 


a. m.:, 


every Monday, -Wedue 
and rx'iaay 


sday 


' r gait Bpiing,. Majme, Gallaao,. | 


Fender 


and ather islands, calling"^ 1 


at Gowlchan Bay on Mondays 


and 1 


Roche 


Harbpr on. Saturdays. 1 


Leave 


Mayne Island at 7:00 a. m. 1 


every Tiiesday.Jt .Thursday 
Saturday for Y^torl^. »ad 

ports. "• ' ''■ ' ■ ' \ • 
8ee ' Time Card 


and 
way 


... •. . 


. Prelsrht Accepted 




T!-- 


"''■ll'KP Widow" can 
1 r special trlpa' 


be 
on 


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TUe steamer Prince George of the 

Qi Tf.*'3p. left for the north yesterday 
morning carrying a good complement 
of passengers for Stewart at the head 
of Portland canal, and Prince Ru- 
pert. Those who took passage on the 
three funnelled liner Included: Hon. 
Thos. Taylor, Minister of works/ who 
Is hound to Prince Rupert, D'Arcy 
Tate solicitor of the_aT.P. Co., Mrs. 
J. A. Owen, Mlas N. Nebus. Mrs .\V. M: 
Dougall and Master Dougall, John C. 
Johnstone, and Messrs. Stokes and Mc- 
Girire. all for the G.T.P. tcrniinua. Eor 
Stewart the passengers Include Rev. 
Henry Halgh, British delegate to the 
Methodist GeneraT I Conference, MlSS 
"WUOts.- Jones and Harry Smith, prom- 
inent Ste%vart resident- and his son. 
Miss C.L..F. Andrews and H. Andrews 
were passengers for Massett and will 
transfer at Prince Rupert to the 
steamer Briino., ^ 

The steamer Bruno of the Grand 
Trunk Pacific which has been used 
since her arrival from England In ser- 
vice between Prince Rupert and Queen 
Charlotte Island ports is to come to 
Victoria In a few days to be over-' 
hauled and will be used to carry' car- 
go north from this port ahd Varicovi- 
ver, owing to the heavy deniand for 
freigjit space. • . [^ 

The Grand Trunk Pacific c<imp«'hy 
has chartered the steamer British C*'; 
lumbla from the Coast Steamship com- 
pany in[id t^ls steamer will take the 
place of the Brun o In the s e r vice be- 
tween Prince Rupert and tTie Queen 
tiharlotte islands. The stfeamor H op- [ * 
flotte will continue In service cariT^ 
ihg dynamite aiic^ general freight north 
to • Pi ' inct' .R ul>er t 



S. . B.! 

N. w.: 



a. E. 

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The Prthce Bupe rt, op which A. W,!**- ' Brunp. at Je^way and whaler ♦ 



Empress Is Reported 
The R. M. S. Empress of Japan was 
r-ported by wireless telegraphy yes- 
ti rfl:)i by the Dominion government 

■ 'at i' 'I ,1 T' ;.■!■•' : ■ ,■ • The poMl- 

1 .11 . ' ; i , • ,,f,t j:;-i\-oti. 

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Bmltherair chalrmajLjjf the ioard ot 
'directorat President Ha.vs an^ party 
of the ■a.T.P. went-^.to Prince Rupert 
is expected in port this afternoon on 
her return voyage. The party of of- 
ficiats-and others who went north on 
the liner will make a visit to Stewart 
and will Come south on the steamer 
Prince 'George, being expected to reach 
Victoria on Wednesday next. 

The 'Vancouver Ne\Vs Advertiser of 
yesterday says; That the Grand 
Trunk Railway sj-stem has the freight 
steamer Rupert City under charter un- 
til December 15, with, an option of tak- 
ing the vessel over at that date, be- 
came. l«nown along the waterfront yes- 
terday. Although Dodwell & Co., the 
agents for Watts & Watt?,. the owners 
of the ship, and the steamship depart- 
ment of the Grand Trunk both refuse 
to either positively aff irni Or deny tije 
statement, the fact remains that the 
Grand Trunk now has the steamer, 
and that they will send her north tw- 
iiight with 2,000 tons of coal and a 
general cargo for Prince Rupert, 
ykagway and other northern points. 

The Rupert City is a large carrier 
of about 3,000 registered tonnage, 
and has the reputation along the coast 
of being a good vessel. She Is owned 
by Watts & Watts Ltd., of London. 
It became known yesterday that the 
Canadian-Mexican line Intended 
charerlng the Rupert City several 
weeks ago. with the Intention of plac- 
ing her on the run to Tehuan tepee, 
but as her stejtttnlng ability did not 
meet the requirements of the officers 
of the line, the charter was not taken. 

. — 4 ■ 

FOUR VESSELS ONLY 

TAKEN FOR GRAIN 

Shortage in the Supply for Expoft and. 

This Season's Fleet is Expected' 

to be a Small One 

Vi> to li,.;. , ,;.; I'ar as can hv learned, 
ohly four bo.ata. with a combined net 
tonnage of 8,001, have been cliartered 
t(}. carry grain from Sound ports ta 
Liverpool And other European ■ ports, 



I'nilll 

IhleU .s. 
' CaiM- 

lin/\ .■..■■aw. 

.'<ll).oiit li. / 

■'I'aluosh. — t.;ioii(l> ; S.. is 

inilfs; I'!). 97; O:!; In, t.-U',uii 
yehoiiiier, 5.10 a.m.; in. barge, _ 
I'.nvl^i^;-, Tatoosh, 5.40 a, iii, 

' I'riiu-iv Kuperl. — i;ioudy; 
cilni; -i'.Kli; K!; .nea snu)olh; 
in, I'riiu'e Hupert, ;i.3() p. ni., out 
again during night soiithbo.und. 
Triangle.— Hazy; cloudy; N. 
W.. 27 miles; :!9.B8; 46; sea 

rfe^li. ■ ' " . . ■ 
K.stevari.'T-Gloudy; S. E.; 
:;;i.78; 45; sea moderate; Tees 
bouthhound, 8 a. m. 

Paehena. — Cloudy; . fii! B.; 
29.78; 45; sea moderate; T,ees 
southbound, 8 a. m. 

Paehena. — Cloudy ; 
29.94; 52; light swell, 

Ikeda.— Clear: light 
29.88; 59; sea rough. 
Noon 

Point Grey. — Clear; 
wind; bar., 29.95; temp.; 
sea smooth; no shipping. 

Cape Lazo. — Cloudy; calm; 
bar.. 29.95; temp., 65; sea 
smootfil no shipping. ~ 

Tatoosh. — Clear; €t. "wind; 

19 miles; bar., 30.01; temp., 56; 

-sea smooth; out, Kumeric 8.30 

a. m. ; in, Mahoney & aOlson 8 

p. m. 

Paehena. — Clear; S. E. jsvlnd; 
bar., 30.01; temp.. 65; sea 
sTTltJOth; no shipping. 

Estevan. — Clear; 8. E. wtndT' 
bar. 30.05; temp., 67; sea 
smooth; no shipping. 

Ikeda.— Clear; N. W. wind; 
bar., 29.95; temp., 56; 
smooth; no shipping. 

Triangle.— Foggy ; X. 
wind; bar., 30.05; temp., 
sea smooth; no shipping. 

Prince Rupert. — Clear; S. E. 
^ylnd. 10 miles; , bar., 29.60; 
temj)., 62; s^a moderate; no 
shipping. 
_ 6 p. m,- 

Polnt Grey. — ^Cloudy; calm; 
bar.. . 30.06; temp.. 56; sea 
smooth; spoke Prince Q^-orgo 
leaving Vancouver 2 p. ni. 
. Cape. l,azo.— -Cloudy; hazy 
seaward; bar., 29.95; temp.. 56; 
► sea moderate; no shipping. 

Triangle. — Overcapt; westerly 
wind; bar., 29.94; temp., 66; sea 
smoothv spoke Empress of 
Japan, no poltlon, will arrive 
Saturday; spoke Prince Rupert 
southbound north of Queen 
-C-harlntto Sou nd 3 p . m. — — 

Ikcda. — Ctoudy; ^..vi^Btady 
-* wind;- bar.. 8A.05; tem».». &7; 
f- swell: tipoke Petrls^na ^t Rose 
ft harbor; Amur at — jedtyay.: 



PIRSTVOyAGE 
FROM THE ORIENT 



have been making experinientii l.or (lie 
la.st five yearH In the u.se of petrol as 
U)i'. niotlN'e iiow.er for warshiij.s, and 
the Meet enginoei- on the Hritlah bal- 
tU-.slilp, Inlle.slble, when .yhe was hi New 
York, .said It would uertalnly be the 
power of the t'uliire. 

A Ilain'burg shlpplnK R'tper says: 
'"IMiere 1h i^onsilderable controversy in 
.slii)i|>lug elrcles here as to how far the 
oil I'liel aleumer ordered from Messrs. 
Hloliin and Vosa by the Hamburg- 
,\nierlkii company for the , ijetj'oleuiu 
trade will fiiltil. ilie expectations forni- 



r. 



The Steamer Inverkip Reaches 
Prince Rupert From Hong- 
kong With a Full Load of 
Cement f / 



The first transnael fl c st eamer to 
carry a full cargo of general freight 
from. the Far East into the new ocean 
port of Prince Rupert reached there on 
Thursday. The British . steamer In- 
verkip of the Java and Asiatic com- 
pany took. 6.000 tons of cement for 
use la the co'natructlon work ot the 
Grand Trynk Pacific railroad Into the 
Kalen island port. After discharging 
her, freight at Prince 'Rupert the, in- 
verkip will come south for orders. She 
has been chartered by Balfour Guthrie 
& Co., to carry a full cargo of barley 
from San Francisco to St. Vincent for 
for orders, with option of Tacoma or 
Portland as her loading port. The rate 
is not announced, but it is reported to 
be 278 6d for Saii' Francisco loading 
and 308 for Tacoma or Portland load- 
ing. 



57; 



R_EVOLVERS FOR 

STEAMS.HIP'S OFFICERS 



Attempted Piracy of Steamer Buckman 
^ Results in Armincj of Officials 
of Admr'raV Sampson 



When the steamer Admiral Sampson 
of the Alaska Pacific Company, sailed 
yesterday for San , Francisco all the 
officers • carried revolvers on an 
order issued by President H. F. 
Alexander as the result of the murder 
of Capt. E. B. Wood, of the Buckman 
last Sunday while on the high seAs by 
two men, who it i« clalmedhud plan- 
ned to loot her of y^aluataler-attd run 
her on the beach. 

-"I do not b elieve in having weapons 
aboard, for you cannot tell what ma,y 
happen." said President Alexander 
yesterday. "Imt the defenseless posi- 
tion in whl8»h some of the members of 
the crew of the Buckman \vere placet! 
when Capt. Wood, Has killed has com- 
pelled us to adopt drastic measures.'* " 

President Alexander said that ail. the 
company's Vessels will carry ample 
protection . hereaftei; Jn. the waf of 
weapons to resist any further attempts 
Oh the lives or -probWcty aboard. 

President J. H. "TOung of the Alaska 
Steamship company, said he had not 
considered any ].I art of arming, the of 



fleers aboa rd shi p. declaring that "TTie 
hbld-up of the,Buc|iman was unusual 
and that It probiAbly would never be 
repeated. — 



Avnuain Orawt Bouthbound 6.30 

♦ p. 'm.i-.; ■ , v' .^ 

♦ ■ '.Prince — ^Rupert. — cfoudy; 
-♦- calm; fcjiyr., a0v08;_ tenilkf' 87; 
♦; sea moderate: rto shlpplagr. — 
■♦ Batftvan.-— Cloudy; S. E. wind; 
*-^ bar., . 29.95; itemp.. 56; sea 
■♦:' sea smooth'; no shipping. 

♦ PachenS,.— Cloudy ; "S. E. 
■♦•• wind; bar.. 3,0.07; temp.," 66; 

♦ sea smooth; no shipping; 

♦ • Tatoosh.— Light rain: bar.. 
-*- 30.05; temp., 62; sea smooth; 
•-•■ passed out. Tricolor 2.50 p. m,; 

♦ out, President 5.45 p. in. 



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mmsi FOR 



tons, which sttlled 
Clyde June 8. 



from the River 



FORTY THOUSAND TON 

LINERS FOR PACIFIC 



General Manager of the Pacific Mail 
Lino Gives Details of New Ves- 
sels for Transpacific servib* 



Mr.. Sehweriri, general manager of 
the Pacific Mall Steamship cpmpany, 
who is now visiting Japan, during an 
Interview given regarding tho break- 
ing away of the Toyo Kisen kalsha 
from the agreement with his company 
spoke with regard to the' great Pa-' 
ciflc liners, far in advancd of anything 
now on' this ocean, planned by his 
company. He Bald:" "Construction of 
the two jiew vessel* Is expected to be-" 
gin very soon. Every detail will he per- 
fectly rJlaniied before work . Is fully 
started. Three nrms, One American, 
one German aiid' one French, are now 
at work on the decoratlon.s. One does 
not spend six million dollars without 
thorough Investigation. The boats will 
be running In three years' time. They 
will be of 40,000 tons displacement. . 

When asked regarding the compari- 
son of tonnage displacement tvith net 




lo.rejiort as yet, according to inforina 



A -Ly\ /jjML, 



e 
. , . , ., . , , .,'•■"11 ice in engine boilers and 

f^';;;-" "Ut at tho company s .Se-L.oal aiorage capacity, reducing the net 

onioR yc-strcday, ,-^ .1 tonnage. I consider the George Waah- 

. u; am exporters Hay that there will i jngton of the Hamburg Amerlka line 
be veryilttlo wheat for shipment 'to |„s the Ideal vessel of the day. By per- 
European <.r other foreign markets | „,is.slon. In fact at the request of the 
this year for two reasons the Hhortage i^.„ .M.mpanles I made a comparative 
voj. and the lact that the priceg - • • -- ' 



>f th- 




1 he Liverpool exchange are 
iawerlhaii tho.se offered In 

Ml iiiarUcl'i, l-;iUier Liverpool 
tl.l:^t lainie up, or, Alli*"'"')" 
!■■ liiu'' they .say if thev' 
■ olisiili'Tabie (|iia"i '<> <• "' 
to forf'igii coir;,; 



SO CENTS 
TOR THREB 



more In Am' 
lirobabllltie.s ... 
ilecline. 

The Britl.'^ti -■'■ '• ■ 
which reiieii' 
castle with g. ..> 
.ago, is now lyii 
harbor .and will ,..(., 
wheat about the Intii 

lUMV Tlw. |.'r,a,,.l, 

l.aiai. 

Si:, III.: . ..... ; 



itcI'mA.ster 

rpool with 

r Se|)tem- 

;....,, Mfnitcalm, 

•nm Antwerp for 

;argo of wheat to 



some European port, as. yet undeter 
mined, leaving here the latter part of 
October or early In November. She 
left Hobart July '27, 

The other two coming are tho French 
bark ISugene Pergelone, l,73fl tons net, 
wlilch left Glasgow May 28; and the 
Admiral (rCornolier, alwo French, 1710 



study iif the Mauretnnia .and ■ George 
Washington- covering every part .of 
these boats .and .■^iioii'liiifir Mcvcr.-il ilay.'i 
at the work. 

"The Maurelaiiia eos' million 

!"llaTs (th'' Lusltania i ni!lllohF5 

! ' ' ;eqrge VVanhiiig( ■ 
i laufetahla I's aii ■ 

aoo tons dl.splaeement while ITiic George 
Washington iH about 50,000 tons. They 
' ' a rry the same number of jjfts- 
.ind while the former can carry 
11 t(ms of freight, the latter can 
.uOO Ions. But the speed of the 
Mduietanla IS 2fl knots as compared 
with the 21 1-2 of the George Wash- 
ington. Our new boats will be modelled 
after the George Washington. We hiivc 
all the tonnage we need for the pres- 
ent. We are not looking to Japan for 
our aupp-orl. We are looking to China 
rfiul the Philippines. The development 
of China and the Ptilllpplnes in the 
next few years will be tremendous and 
we are not. afraid o( u'lt k« uinj? our 
shnre.'' 

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Ceded by the oiiange i- iii 
tie.ss of tVie engine room, 
■three engineers apd three oilers being 
reijuired for both motor s in \s. itches of 
eight hours eac.h. For im : p<-trpleuin 
residues *wlir be employed, in tJermany 
Is^Ciin toe bought for £2 per ton, and 
in America, one of the termlnjilH of the 
voyage, it Is considerably cheiiper. "The 
whole coat is considered to he about 7.") 
per cent .less than coal. The , vessel's 
screws are somowha't i^iallcr than 
thosi* usually allotted to ■craft of 9,000 
ton.y, making about 150 revolutions a 
.minute, 'but It Is expected that a speed 
of about 12 1-2 knots will be obtained. 
Whilst ordinary steamers can ■ only 
coilvert about 16 per cent of fuel con- 
sumed into energy, , a motor-driven 
vessel converts 30 per cent.. The new 
steatner, which will be jiompleted in 
twelve or fourteen months, is Intended 
for', the Hamburgh and Xew York aiut 
Philadelphia route. Those favorably 
impressed by the capacity of oil fuel 
look forward to thre. time when consid- 
erable acceleration of speed will be ob- 
tained, and when its use will be gen- 
eral for both naval and mercantile 
purposes. 



Ancient Order of Foresters First 
AnnualPicnic 



cococoocoocooo 



AT DUNCANS 



OOOOOOOOOOOOOQ 



Saturday, August 27tli 

SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE 



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/ Trains leave :Victeria ;at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Returning, 
leaving- Duncans at 9:15 p. itii 

A Good Programme of Sports 

ADULTS. $1.45 ' CHILDREN, 75f^ 

Tickets may" be had from any member of the cornmittee 



LAUNCHING WILL ' 
^ COST BELFAST MUCH 



Harbor Board Will Hava to Spend 

£60,000 Primarily in Order io 

Float Olympic and Titanic 

Some Idea of the cost to the Belfa.st 
Harbor board of the launch of the two 
giant White Star liners may be gather- 
ed from a perusal of the figures quot- 
ed at the meeting of the board held a 
tew days ago, negotiations between 
that iHHly 4tn4 — M oa Brs . .H arland and 
Wolff regarding the facilities for the 
launch of the vessels having, reached 
a satLsfact'ory conclusion. It was an- 
nounced that the surh 0/ £60,000 would 
be spent primarily hi order to ensUro 
the .safe launch of the new liners. When 
the shipbuilders gave the ordinary 
notice* to tho board's engineering staff 
for the dredging of the basiln to a suf- 
ficient depth ,for floating the Olympic 
it was dlscoveretT that the line of 
launeh for that ship apjiroachetl as 
closelv to the Victoria wharf as to en- 
danger its ;3tabillty. After that diffi- 
culty had been satisfactory disiwsed 
of, it was fouivd that the vessels were 
of such great length that the harbor 
would not permit of their, being turn- 
ed with safety. The eniglneer was, 
therefore, instructed to proceed with 
the excavation of an embankment at 
the south end of' the West Twin Island 
to facilitate the turning., at an esti- 
mat e d cost of ' fi8t3ft0. -3?to c net r es ult 



was an .expenditure jif £30.000,. ibut to 
that sum there must Ije added J^20,Q<fO 
f<jr the cost of deepening the Victoria 
channel to._a_depth of 32 feet below 
spring tides. The board Is also pledg- 
ed to two other schemes more or less 
connected with the sjame object, -viz., 
the construction of the embankment on 
the County Antrim side of the water 
at a cost of £18^00.0, and itlUng In and 
spreading the ground reclalmet^ at a 
cost' of £ 25.000. • 



Wreckers Unable to Float the 
"Stranded Steamer Rrinces^ 
May Until- Stranger Appar- 
atus is Received 



Heavier gear In being sent horlh' to 
the wrecking crew engaged in the ef- 
fort to float the steamer Princess M^ay, 
and it Is not expected that the C. P. 
R steamer will be floated from Sen- 
tinel island for some days to come. 
The hull of the steamer has been 
patched by the salvors, and efforts 
were made to haul the vesiscl to deep 
water, hut she was. moved but a few 
feet. The gear taken north by the 
steamer Santa' Cruz was not strong 
enough for the work. Further efforts 
to float the Vessel will not b© made 
until the he^iyier wrecking gear i» r<>- 
celved. ' The Princess May weiit on 
the rocks at the highest tide,.. and the 
hulls dries al£Qoat from §nd to end at 
lew water. 



Prom San Francisco. 
The steamer Queen of the Pacif|c 
Const steamship company reachwl port 
yesterday morning from the Golden 
Gate with a good .cargo Including l;o 
tons; of general freight for this port. 
The passengers who debarked here 
wore: D. M. Oawes and wife, Grace 
Dawes. Harland Davvj>s, Ralph Dawes, 
Alic Dawes, R. W. Gobb, Mrs. Palmer. 
J. Gi Wilson, R. M. Garey, Mrs. C, W. 
White, Miss L. Scott, Mni. Pi Vincent, 
R. K. Le Brau, W. 11. Murphy, Mrs. 
M. O. RplUy, Geo. Ireland and wife. A. 
Hopton and wife. M'. M. Fisher, N.iG. 
FIhIii'i- :uid till M(l class. - 

atlantFc liner""^' 

WITH MOTOR engines 

Harnbiil'g-American Line Orders Vessel 

With Novel Method of Propulsion 

— No Boilers, No Stacks 



speed Rhal 
bo an enoni 
absence of, bo 
and no stoker; 



A Hamburg dispatch says that iho 
Hamiburg-Amerlcfin company has Or- 
dered from the firm of Hlohm i^.Vo.>»8. 

1 <.bipi>o'i'|."<- M " 000 ton liner for the 
tt) be fitted with 
in intended that the 
2 knot^i^here will. 
• bi£' of Hpare hy the 
1 HinoUe.stafikM, 
1 a. reijulred. The 
Hanl'liurg- American company has made 
an agreement with the Standard oil 
company for the- delivery o.f ilic pctioi 
to he used for the englnen. 

The application Of petrol jih 111 ' 
power for ocejin-going .stenrh«ihli 
not new, hut this will be ihr i' 
in the history of. the nierofuiii' 
that It has been used ' av^<- 

steamship as a 9,000 ' Two 

freight vessels were ! i.iiKland 

for the Black Sea tra . e, years 

ago, each of 4,000 tons, \\ iin a sr>eed 
of ten knots, and they proved a suc- 
ces« from the comnierclnl and llnan- 
clal rioint of view. Xaval eiigiiieerH in 
the United aiatcti and Great Britain 



BRAMLEY PASSES UP 

.FOR BUNKER COAL 

' :" ■ :•^•. 

Steamer Tricolor Outbpund After Tak- 
ing Fuel at Comox— Bramloy.for 
the West C ^ast 



The Norwegian steamer Tricolor 
passed out yesterday, to Portland after 
taking bunker coal' at Comox and the 
British steamer Bramley passed up to 
the Island coaling port for bunker 
coal after discharging 2,000 tons of 
nitrate and 2,000 tons of oi^e at Taco- 
ma* for the west coast of South Arnerl- 
ca. The Bramley, which < is under 
charter to W. R. Grace & Co.. will re- 
turn to the So'und' to load for the we^t 
coast. The Tricolor is now Jn com- 
mand of Capt. IVluggis. who has taken 
the place of Capt. Edva'rdsen, who is 
leaving for Jjorway to take command 
of another new steamer built by W. 
Wtlhelmsenof Tonsberg. 

AMATEUR HEARD CALL . 

Steamer Roanoke Disabled in Columbia 

River Sends Wireless Message 

for lAid and Tugboat is Sent 



PORTLAND, Orei. Aug. 26.— The. 
'Steamer Roanoke of the North Pacif- 
ic Stetimsiitp Compaiiy bound to Cfill* 
fprnla port«, was' dlsabl<?(l In the Co- 
lumbia river lasf nlgiit and "Is back In 
port. Owing to the. thick smoke. Pilot 
Sullivan decided to anchor. After the 
engines Stopped, the stern swung In- 
.ahore. breaking the rudder couplings. 

The wireless call flashed oui. and 
was picked up by the apparatus of a 
boy In Ea«t Portland who notified the 
:^»ort- authorities and a towlMjat was 
sent to the Roanoke's assistance. 

' . ♦ .',', y—r 

-Buoys for Fraser 

Tho steamer Lecbro wblch Is under 
charter to the marine and flisherles de- 
partrtjeht left eftrly this morning to lay 
a number of biio.vfl Iti the gulf and en- 
tra,nce to the Frtwer river. 



Deafness Cannot B« Onrad, 

by local appHcationH, a.s they .cannot 
reach the dlsetrsed portion of the ear. 
There is only one way to cure deafness, 
and that Is by constitutional remedies. 
Deafness Is caused by an inflamed 'con- 
dition of the ' ijTUCous lining of the 
Eustachian Tube. .When thlsi tube Is 
Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or 
Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entire- 
ly closed, 'Deaf ncKH is the result, and 
unless the inflammation can be taken 
out and this tuhe roKlored to IL-s nor- 
mal condition. hearlTig win be destroyed. 
forever; nine cases out of ten are caused 
by Catarrh, 'which Is nothing hut an tn- 
rlaiucd .condition of the nincmiri Hur- 
fuccfl. 

we will Rive One Huridred I' a 

,,., ,■a^a■ of fl'a'f lli.HS (Cini!:i''l ,a- 

ly tiftirs 

lis free 

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tHotraoy Nnap — ifl«inf«ct*i»s* — 1» 'strong^ 
feoomiiionded hj tho m«dio*l profrwiion tM 
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CLERGYMEN. ATTENTION! 



After Cottferefice, enjo;^ the beauties 
.and grandeur of the Pacific Coast as_.., 

\ie\veri from our Palatial Stearners on trip 

To Prince Rupert or Stewart 

I'nirjuc. liistrucrive and Inspiring!; 

For Prince Rupert, Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islands 

Via ' Vancouver 

Ss. PRINCE RUPERT— 3,500 Tons— Ss. PRINCE GEORGE 

BOUBX.I: ■WEEKL'Sr SAILINGS 
EVEB,"*- MONDAY, 10 a. m. | EVEKY EUXDAT, 10 a. m. 

POR S1PATXX.E AT BUDNIOHT 
EVERY SATURDAY I EVERY "WEPNESDAY 

HETtfRNlsra — Zieave Seattle on Stmdaya and ThursdayB at Midnight. 



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Reaches All Points In 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New York and South and East, 

Via Any Route. 

Finest roadbed, modem and luxurious trains. For Information as to 
fares etc also forfoltlers and particulars re Grand Trunk Pacific points, 
apply at temporary office. G. T. P. dock. Wharf Street, roar of Post 
Office. Write or telephone: — •— . ' 

W. E. DUPERbW. . Telephone 2431. HAROLD BRCWN. 

C. P. & T; A. * Dock and Freight Agent G. T. P. a S. 

General Agency Tran^-Atlantlo Steamship Lines. , 




S.S. VADSO 

WillSailon 

Thursday, Sept. 1st 



1 1 .p.m. 

Calling at Rivers Inlet, Skeena, P 

Stewart 



rince Ru 



pert, Naas and 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 Yates Street * Phone 1925 | 



f ****************»*******f**********^*** ********** 



W. H. ELLIS 

__^ INVESTMENX BROKER 

II 22 GOVfiRNMENT STREET PHONE 940 



yictoria Harbor 

'. 240 feet frontage on- the harbor at Victoria West, with an 
additional 1.^0 feet on Lime Bay. This property backs on 
Milne Street and fronts on Mary Street, giving it an excep- 
tibnally fine situation for business purposes. In the course of 
a, short period of time this frontage will have C.P.R., C.N. R. 
and B.C. Electric trackage facihfies,. when its value will be 
enhanced five fold from the present figure asked for it. Price 
and terms on application.- 

I have also 120, 175 and 60 feet fronta-ge on the east side of 
the harbor, above the railway bridge, suitable for manufkc- 
turing, vvarehousitig aiyi dockage purpo.ses, and 600 feet on 
Victoria Arm, suitable for manufacturing or waterfront resi-' 
dences. ' ' 

Beacon Hill Frontaj^e 

158 X 150 feet, fronting On Beacon Hill Park and near -Dallas 
Road and the "Beach." "IVfagml icen'f and u n inter fuptet^ view, 
of Straits and mountain ranges. Price, on easy terms, 

Choice Gordon Head 
Acreaj^e 

Forty Acres of the choicest land in Goi;:don Head distric ill 
u'n(|cr cultivation. Fine water .siipplv; high^itiiation, ihmus 
oil main road. This is o'ne of tho Ih\'^;i liargains in the di.s- 
tricty FHcte, o» tern 1{S212.000 

AU,0. a^i^.^. Ac^eB* ■abo'Ut.onc-lhii 'iial. K.il.Ma. tnnixTcd. 
I'riGe, OHr-easy U'rni!^ of paymciti. [ut acre J^5(H) 

Business Properties 

T h;r-r ri li'^l of properties on all the ciiict 1)umik,'.'^,s ^trccls 
of i!m ',ii\, li! 'ii \\huh are good iiivestinents. 
Kr-i:icn(< - 11. .111 .^2,500 up lo ^100,000. 



W. H. ELLIS 



Investment^ Broker 



♦ ♦ ♦♦♦^-♦-».»H 



1 122 Government Street 



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Saturday, August 2/, 1910 



A 1( TOHI A /|)AU.V ( OLOMSl 

TO y 

BUm['S , LAKE I 




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■-•«♦♦ »•■»-♦-♦ ♦-• ■ 



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BIGGEST 

BARGAINS 

EVER SEEN IN 

VICTORIA 



L E. WESCOTT 

Si Ic Agcrii^lor MeCall 
rattcrns 

v649 'iSites Street 

%l. 26 



\Vojfk Jiat ]^«im on the-^. P 
irl»t hotel ftt ^aljfbur. 



Lilloriet Is a(ivQca|il)|gr 

lirLitvttio.T. ' 



-Setter 



fJie 



I Creston this xeaif has. a record To— 



Kodaks 



nnil 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 



at 



Maynard*s Photo 
Stock House 

715 Pandora St. Phone K-3G0. 



\ li is no longer legal to trap boars 
in British Colunvbia at any time. 

The> Sale of J. W. Nelson's property 
ill Greenwood for a site for the new 
postofflcc has been confirmed. — 

Kasio plans the erection -of a suit' 
able monument^to the^ victims of the 
holocaust at the Lucky Jim: 

The Provincial Government will lo- 
cate demonstration orchards at Lak- 
clse and in the Kitsumkalum valley. 

Vancouver proposes a monster 
world's lair in 1!)17, to celebrate the 
JuWfep-OT Confederation. 



' ^'iisinicti'.]! ui' till- Vorkon , drill 
iifiJi una ai-iOioro,' . wlM.. toe li&|yj<i_thjf» 



iCtiiatqn alijeady has aboi^t |1.000 
available to promote tho suocesfs -pf 
its JLaboi^ -Uay celebration.-. . "- 



The stranded Skcen rlvei' steamer 
"Omineca" has 4)()en pulled, off liy the 
"Distributor;" npt serloiisly damaged. 

Pre-sldent Hays and hi» purtj«" of 
high officials of the G.T. P. will spend 
.some days this month i at' Stewart. 



W. , Lacele-Scotl, the well kno^vn 
nsetallurfflat, has discovered uumls- 
taknble trac es O f radium in Bitter 
creek ores. ., ' ' ' 



Cattle gar. wflh Its established saw-, 
milling indu.stry and rapidly devcloji- 
ing farming settlement, la in urgent 
need of a residential physician. 



WlUJafli Oillis a recent arrival In the 
Coal City, from Albemi, vvas diowncd 
in Nanalmo harbor Monday; 



A Kamloops carijenter nanied War- 
ren ff^U 31' f«!et from a building »m 
which he was working recently, and 
sustained no Injuries more .serious 
tlianji few- superficial bruises. 

Among the rumors current in the 
Interior is one to the effect that re- 
construction of theK. -& S. railway 
will be. in progress before the close 
i)f the"4nonth. 



Surveydis Sent by Provincia! 
Govern nmfU' to Reporl Upoii 
the Cost of Proposed Thoi- 

OLi'.!,i'ilaio ■ ■ 

--1, . : : 

Thanks in large nteasijrer to ths per- 
sonal' Imcsiigat ion or the hece.saity i:tjr 
such action inadt- l>y • tiie mlnis.t'ci-'' of 
lands, Hon. Friie Kllison. and also "to 
the urging of .Mr^-ttv^-U,-RtH'»»ttr-ftOT^- 
ernmetit agent for the Albernl dlfetrlGtv 
two specially ^jiialilled surveyors ure 
to be despatched forthwith l)y the sur- 
veyor genwral's' ol'fico. with instruc- 
tions to report upmi the ho«t availa'ble 
route for li wusyn road -from Albcrnl 
to iJuttie lake, the sceni> of British- (,'o- 
iuhibia's new natfonal j)urk. Air. Ray- 
son lias hinnself -been 6\cr the natural 
route" of the proposed roatl as far as 
Cotnox lake, and lias siudiud with sonuv 
care the .loposTai>hical fcatlirers of the 
jcmainder of the territory through 
which the now road ipust pass. He is 
firmly convinced Tlvat faxutable gradi- 
ents win be secured, and that the road 
can be made without an cscessive ex- 
penditure, one of the flnest scenic high- 
ways ih the whole of America, in which 
opinions he is suppoited ii\- Mr. p. 
Miles of the Red Olirr huniiuy com- 
pany, Air. W.-Br-Garrard, the tlmlier 
cruiser, and, the few otiicrs who have 



ordial farewell was given 
at Vancouver Mondlty to Rev. Father 
Duplanil on his departure for his new 
sphere of usefulness at St. Eugene 
Mission. 



The Bank of British North Ameri- 
ca is now open for busjiness at Ques- 
nel.- , 



The Queen Charlottes are urising 
nutre adequate police protection serv- 

ii c. • ' ■ ■ ' 



Itos'sland merchants arc advucat- 
iug better' transportation facllitlfs i^or 
passengers and freight in which that 
city is interested. 



(Jil, boring operations atMatscioi are 
t««H>orarlly suspended, the workmen 
awaiting the arrlval-«f^-ar new drill. 

Regular train service between A'ic- 
toria and Cameron lake is promised 
by th« »t)th proximo at latest. '' 



j Sir George Doughty, ex-M. P., of 
Grinyhy. is visiting tlie i^anadiun 
Paclrlc Coast u> InvestigAie the busl- 

»ne8s opportunities exlste:nt in British 
Columbia's deep sea fiaherie.^. 

The Associated l'.oard.s of Trade of 
fiast Kootenay will have a mo»t credit- 
able exhibit "of agricultural ' products 
at the Dr.v, Kannlric: ^'ongreps to be 
^eld jn Spukan 



. < . ft. Elliott hasi be^, convicted at 
Stfewart of practicing medicine without 
having, d'lly .<iu»lified and registered 
att a medil'ul prni-tlflnyr ^ ., , . 1 



Harry Melton, an old-time prospec- 
tor of tCaSt Kootcna.v. was recentl\- 
found dead at the door of. his cabin 
near Cranbrook; * 



A movement is on foot tft-^have » 
celebration next yeal. either at XelsoTrP 
or at somfKl'oint. on thu;, main Kot^i- 
' nay lake of the twentieth anniters- 
• ;iry of the diseovery oi:;^>iilver in U\fi 
.Slocan — from .which evchj Sates tho 
minirig lii(his.tfy of tlic iviiotVimy. 



Damage tO" the extent «9f 
thousand .dollars was doxie 
la^t w^fefe- to \U Ci 



several 
by Ore 



at .Aloyic. 



?e»m opol ^ 



.\(u Wcsiminster Trades and 
Council pi:o8<'ny?d a special 



■|-li.- 
Uabor 

memorial on labpr topics t.g Sir Wil 
frid. Laurlev Wednesday 



traversed the country iuiiTested. 

It is MT;^Rayson's pro|io3al tlwi the 
Beaver creek roiid shall be used' in 
making the start from .\il>ernl. this 
thoroughfare now being passable for 
u distance of fourteen nillcn. l<'iom_tlie i 
end of this road there is alrendy a good 
pack trail lo"n)mox lake, a distance 
of fifteen miles, the com irslon of this 
trail into an excellent wag'^n road in- 
volving no. especial dlfhciiltiifs. i-'rom 
Comox lake to Buttle lalu- Is where the 
pathfinders wlTl'have to .xerclse their 
ingenuity and their Judgmciit. Mr. 
_Rayson hem»>es that a pnsa can Ije 
fou nd bv f ollowing cither the Ash or 
the Oulckshank river, be liimsclf fav- 
oring the latter as proviiliii,n the .short- 
er and easier route. l''roni Comox lake 
tvv Buttle lake, by way of Crulck.^hank 
rlvfr, is estimated at onl,\ , abOnt \'~ 
miles.. The. total distance frnm .^l.l>ernl 
to Buttle lake would if)nly be about' 40. 
mjiles, the country irax crscd being full 
of Interest an d scenic atirHc-iiveness all 
th'e wav. and it being understood that 
thej/e will be- no dlfncu!tv—tn striking 
easy gradients^ • 



Bush fires have agi^in got'out of HA.N j li I I N 

nd in the Salm.. neighborhood. Men ' " '^ ^" ' luwi-i i n 

SECUIG CASH 



hand in the Salnut neighb 
to cope with the situation are' being' 
sent from Xclson by Govcrnmenl 
Agent Teetzei. 



Tlie Cumberland "lyland'n" protests 

with especial Indignation against the 

denial of aaj^oss to iH,>»\offlce boxes on 

Sundays, characterising ! the ' affUla! 

"Ilium '" this -Iwhalf' "oho^ of the .grral- 

~t specim<ifn» '*f ohl- womanish of- 

i<-1ou»iiess that our lawmakers' Irnr'Co 

.vet becj)\gi)ilt.v of." Cumberland has 

'"It three nuiHH a week, one of wlilch 

iTlyTslate Saturdtiy night— which 

.'laWcs the situation the morfc anniov- 

^ug-. .' 



The rutfM>ayers of Burnal>y are pe- 
titioning the municipal council to pro- 
vide electric llglits -ft>r ; the countr'y 
road.'. 




warm day it "is 
lefreshing to use t, 



:' 



, VERT'S 



GaVboIIc Toilet Soap, 

/ 7 - . , '" 

and iiny day it is a good soap to 

chooiic/ for you want a soap that 

is pure and cleansing, you like a 

soAp that is pleasantly perfumed, 

an/d an antiseptic soap like this, 

containing lO'i'pure Carbolic — 

an ample proportion — ^protects 

vou against risk o( contagion. 

/ Sold ht Local. Stores . and 
/ Druggiitt, 15 centa » lablei. 

For sjimple ^eml :• i;<!'nt. sUmp to 

1 <:. CAt.VF.RT & Co. 
349, I >orchesler bt Wesl, 
MOHTREAL 



Tiic corner stone of Chr'at Churnh 
fAngllcan) at Kcrnle was laid ne- 
rently by .Mr. W. R. Ross. M. P. I'.. 
With Impressive/ ceremoniea. 



a 

31 



ZiAND. BEOISTRY ACT- 

,. ,.,• •.. — — "" . _X^" 

' In .thft iiatter of an appUcatlon.lVt' 
dniiHcate certlrteaic of title ttr'I^ot 
iif ."^ul'lih: «!>. l-'ornwood Kstiate (Map' 
'.'i;lm. X'ictiMla City. X •' < __■ 

SoriCK is jvoreby, given that ft/ 1* my 
intention at the expiration of one ( 
iiiontii^ from the dnte-Of the- first pul)li- 
(.ition hereof tO' i.SSlio a dupHeate ceftl- 
: (te of tltli; to faid land' iR.sued ti) 
hn David 1..anders on , the ;!l«t day of 
('(toiler. l;»OS. and numbered iSaBl' C. . 
I.-an(l Kegistiy Office, Victoria, B. C. 



.X 



J. Pv M0I.KOD, ' 

Tifptitv Ti'-grlstrar UeneraL 



NOTICE 



In 



iinias II. To\vrr«, 
Biitfsh Columbia, 

'aims ngalnat t4t« 

..itlc- 
iin- 



The V Chllcotin," the new steamer 
fof the upper I'rasor of . the Fort 
George .Uimber and Navigation Co.. 
has had^a most sttccessful trial trip. 

S,— Wanson. a Swcdisli employee of 
Kussell'.s logging- camp. wa« fata!ly-in. 
Jtiredi recently l)y being struck by a 
falling tree. 

Indians are converging from all 

partfS, of Southern British' <'olumbia 

and WHShinfrton at. Vernon, to engage 
in the ho|i 4)icklng. 

cntlod in on.jb«* iar\is 
at Kar»4#«i»» In connection wltl^ the 
sale Of drink to an already intoxicated 
person. . 

I'erriir i.r..iH-i(\ ,',\\',,,-is have en- 
dorsed two by-laWs prQ\;i^lng a total 
.sum of $.3:j.000 for a fire alarih' system 
and sewerage ex^en^ons. 

.Captain Fred. Hax'kett is outfitting 
the steam schooner Alaskan- at Van- 
coiiver and will make another try for 
the fabled treasure of Cocos island. 

S. T.' Tllley. a veteran' of C. P. R. 
construction days under Onderdonk, 
has Just died at St. Paul's hospltai. 
Vancouver. 

George'.!;. Hunter, the (mnous I'vue 
shipbuilder, is in Vano<>uvel-. Investi- 
gating the opportuhliU'es for shipbuild- 
ing oh a niagnific«Mft scale. 

-Mrs. John Houston, widow of tlje 
famous journalistic pioneer, of Ihter^ 
for British Colunibia was i-e-mftrrted 
at SpcjKane last week, to (Jheslev 
Clark' a local bu!«ixxc>e« man. 

While enjoying a vacation In the 
East. Edllot' Lk)v» of the -Phoenix Ptot- 
neer. received the unpleasant new.s 
that ihiij offlcB had been burned and 
hiB papet -wm out of commission. 

Colllngivood Sehricber, general coh- 
sulting engineer of the Dominion 
Ko^ernment sees no pi-ospect of the 
1 omjjletion of the O. T. P, before- 1914 
ttnlesa' labor conditions improve.' 

-Information ,i« «ougrht as to the 
whereabouts of If, H. Gauthier, who, 
for maity years Uved in Rossiand. 
■The cWef of police of tlvat city shouUf 
bie common led ted with. 



'I'he.Tsipipsean Power Com pane has 
"offered to deliver power for Prinuo 
Rupert's iK^cessltles at the city lim- 
its thereby avoiding the infringreme.tt 

(? 

Bids for the new cottage .hospital 
i a.t Q'uesnel were opened recently, all 
b*?lns found beyond the financial abfl- 
ities of the authorities. They were 
returned to the tenderers with a re- 
yuest th^i Uiey be pruned. 

The death, occurred in L.illooet re- 
cently of Mrs.. Martley, who founded 
the famous Grange Ra ache. In Marble 
Canyori, some forty years ago 
detreased was 8<J years of age and had 
been a paralytic for some time past. - 




- System oi Civic- Goveinmeni 
—Surface Drains Applieii 

For ■ "^ ■ ^ 



Th.e-elly is iLHing ^l^^cultv In sc ,, 
ing a »uppl.v <>t la.'^tlngK'for use mi coi. 
nectlon, Willi the. laying of 8'BTlifni ^i'le 
The Marine li-oh wc\rkf«. WJileh 



The i w«ll< 

t-eiiil«>red for the pui>i'l>' of the ea.xilnR 



Chairman Maybee 'and Dr. Mills are 
the two membiRrs of the Itall way , Corn 



,liu* refused to slKti a eOiitract wMli'tie 
IncluMinn of a clause Riving tlie iHv tie- 
right to M^-cure cas^iinSa from iitlu-t 
makers and eliBi-gt' any addiiloiuil <i>sr 



mission who win hold sittings of the '" *''^ event wf the xupply l>y thp ion 



Board at various points in the west 
shortly. Including Victoria. Vancouver 
and Nelson. , 



'Wks -stcameir Cowichan o.i her 
run down from the north picked 



last 
up 



ai^ na 
ir over 



Thompson, who hud been for bver sir 
hours dinging to h;8 oveeturhcd. 

sloop. 

Martin Harrall. who while in a 
seint-demented i-ondit.ion .-^hoi and 
killed WtHlnm -Palmer at Kra g. now 



lies jn the hospital at Kernjc serious- 
ly wounded by a bullpt tired li>- the 
constable who arrested him. 

Wire-wound wood pipe is fast com- 
ing into getieraluse fi Auatralia and 
elsewhere for irrigation purposes. 
This means larg^^ orders for British 
t'olumbla fir, which is the best wood 
for the purpose. 

The ten months' old daughter of 
•Miv and Mrs. John Bancroft of .Xa- 
nalmo died on the steamer Joan a 
day or so ago. while, thfe pjprents 
were returning from a visit to tlie 
Vancouver .exhibition. 



.Mbt-ri. ilie four year <;ild syn of 
Ei'nest Woodward ^ot Alberiii was 
fatally burned on Sunday, .-raornhig 
last. The boy. while sleeping: in a 
tent, accidentally set ^re to his night 
dress. Ho lingered in agony bull 
six hours. ' . 

'i'liree tnarflagrifrs have been pending 
Cor months past &t Stewart in conse- 
yuence of there being no issuer of 
marriage licenaes at that point, and 
the would-be-happies being too busy 
to visit. Prince Rupert for the tytiir 
of the nuptial knot; 



j tract ors riot l>eluK •.KiiffTcleni to si;ppl' 
the clty'H rei|tiliemen.tM. 

At the nieetlng uf . tlie.M reet.^ iiii.ifi> - 
and sewei-s roininltletf laai highl. Mi. 
Oalt' storeke<'pei- atnl purchn-infr acent 
»l«te«J_ tluit lie Iwid. lnt'M:\i 
firms of founder.-i in the ti- ^ 
had also refused to «up|)ly tiu cu.iin^.^ 

The Mayor »aiil Uie- <'omplaint >•{ iUv 
foun<lers. wB.s that ' the -city dewlrol th. 
supply at stioil --JU^Uice. • Imt ilili* 'wa,-- 
Known to tlie Marine lro;t' works wleii 
the tendjpr wn« sulnrilttp^l. 

H Was' IK)i'nie«t (lil t that tl'cgo cay |ii2K_ 



,/,■ 



w"ro slock snni>lie>. wlilcti «Iio.il!l; liii\ 
been ordere<l minh cm IJer in tlw- ye;ii. 
, The Mavflir < (inslxleted. the failure i. 
d.a tills was the fauU .of »ho stysjeni. in 
Dot having a continiious council. It was 
usually rive or six inpnthM* l>efo 
council got down to iiractlc"! 'work., 
riij.KgeNted Hi,»t I lie .'storekeeper kcihi' 
what caHtliigM he can and new teiiiler> 
Invited, thtce' coiurneis being arratiKed 
and each of llie loeal firms .supply pari 
r'.'alllnB this, liie raftings could be kccmii - 
ed 'elsewhere. .\ resolution was passed 
to this effect. 

Johnson Strttet JDraln 

The city eiigineBr reported regardlOB 
■the '.lyhnson street ^«^rfBCle drain outlet 
He esirimate<< tluii it will cOs-t 1270 tu 
lay a' I."; In. surf ac.- <iia!n in the .JohnHoti 
street ravine from Store street to tin- 
sea, and recommended that the \vork be 
done.. Adot>ted. 

A pefitlon waa tiresenti^ for concfi>te 
sid^walKa on .SutleJ street between Van 
couver and t'dok iftreetur — There are a 
nupiber of houses built on this street 
arid the constriK'tioii of- othBi*S( al-e be-, 
Ing commenced:.' The englii«(.>r; i-ecoin- 
inended tliaf a notice be posted for tlie 
cotjstructlon of concrete stdewajks on 



both Hides of Sutlej street between Van- 
couver and Cook streets. It was decided 
to refuse to consider thlij work -unless 
the enltlrc wqirk be, done. . ' 

Mr,..y\. HendeKsbli aa,ked tllat a stirfacc 
drain J>e constructed oh Miebig'an street^ 

15th to September. 1st. or Jo^rap- them ^ 1^^ *^SnX '-""""'^^'^'^ -"^''^-"^ '"^ 



It i'a noW iilefral to ahoot^bear 
where In /British Colutribla from Julv 



at any time »r)uih of the ^C. P. R. main 
Vine. Of course, self-defence can al- 
ways he pleaded under . .certain «lr- 
cumstahces. 



.wi>, iiii ^H^ III 



Captain Aft-.v. McLean, the "Sea! 
Wolf" of Jack l-ondon'i* romanc«> \n\ 
I low .engaged in the p-rosnlc h ' > 
lisliing inilnstr.v, wltli Massct ;< 
lu-ailiinar^erH. 



i'-Kl-^i piih 
( ;eMri;i. 



iM li< 



M.MriDui' 
ii.ing til- 
«■ regara j , ,. 
she then j 

, into. 

' '■■ •-< \^ . M, ], I. 

V icK.ri-, i; ,-, ij,,,, 

AilOTlniku .1 li .X l.,iv.=i 




e riram fte ^extended oii Michigan 
street from Montieal »ft*e«t to Oswogo 
streets^at lin estimat^ipd coat of MO(i. In 
•roganl to n letter friim.L. Hafor asking 
tl)>at 'the surf ac<i ilrain. be' extended on 
took street from t lie soiith side of Pan- 
'lora to FLsKiiajai, n diHtanee tit SOO feet, 
at Mnesfimtiied Gost.of ?7ao, he recOtn- 
mended that thik matter lie left over un^ 
•■'• 1 surface drainage schenie has beeii 
icrneil for that portion of tlip city. " 
' vvttM decided to auSpend both these 
.s until a surface .dt;uinag« sciieinr 



Idtifd 



• ■ ».t»etitlon from, W 
'• (itlier.s nslonK thai 

■ .Uine.a(lrim!-,rh);; I'lie, 
Illicit to lai 
wifted Hint .^i 



Bomco AT rue Sr.tn. 



No. 13 Lots 



.s 



■ '''■■■ I . 

si'n'.vnoK—uu iv-iMi.r.iU 

Street,/ btytweeii 'Blanchard 
atul^Qiiadra Streijts. : Only 
ane-tliird ol a itiiie from City 



'RTCl 



- $800 
$2,350 en j)l(ic. 



each, 



(>V 



wsm 



S 



S 



No. 2 5 Lots 



'/A% 30 .V I (,H). 

Tl'.XTh ).\ ( )ii I 



;iii(i 



*i'!(ir 



Si 



i-(-rl 



l\ 111; 



i\( lad 



nkwoocl 
Si ni-ih' side 
iiul thrcc- 



cjuarters of a mile froiii Citv 



KICK — $400 
$1,950 cii bloc. 



each, 



or 



Any 

KcuMOiiablc 

Terms 



SNAPS 



Any 

KcasouaJile 

Terms 



No. 3 2 Lots 



MZE- 



-S^ 



X I JO. 



SITU.ATIOX— Shoal Bay sub- 
divi-ji-n. splendid view,, ail 

' Icvt'l, dr\- and clear, A i 
.spot for a h(jmc. 

PRICE— $375 each' 



No. 4 30 Lots 

STZK — 48 X ii5^and 50 x 120. 

S I TLATJON— Blocks CC and 
y^aratoga Subxlimiiian. Oak 
Bay, close to school, Lrani 
andTbeach. 

PRICKS— $475, $500, $525 
$600, $650 and $700. 



♦ 

t 
♦ 

♦ 




: 



Island Investment Co. 



multecl 



I 



■ Mor i tr ea t-etifirmhers. riione 14!>4 



♦ 






J 



'♦»»♦' 




WE HAVE 



=^ 





The Remarkable Progress of The 
Amalgamated Development Co. 



Has been unprecedented in the history of the Oil industry. Full 
title to all of thi s Company's immense holdings was not completed 
until the 20th of June—JUST TWO MONTHS AGO. 

Since that date the Company has installed machinery for 
pumping two flowing oil wells,' Has commenced and is already 
far advanced with the construction of a refinery on the ground, 
and has shipped NINE MILES OF PIPING to conyey the pro- 
duct of their Oil Wells to tidewater. 

CAN THIS RECORD OF PROGRESS 
FOR TWO MONTHS BE BEATEN? 



The present week will see the stock of the Amalgamated De- 
velopment Co. quoted upon one or more^^ the local stock ex- 
changes. WATCH IT RISE. 



Pric 



of Stock: One and Two Dot 
■ •■ lars Per Sliare ' ■ . ~'. . 



APPLY TO 



■•■•JDiaiiM. 




X AlcCiarty 



lias 



madian-s) to 



'• ~ ■•'.. '. '■•:. ;....;.... .\ jsocin- 
chosen netv ^officers as fu! 
L. Hill, |„-,.K]d,.„t; W'iDi'im 



»i)». «t«M»l. iron and tinwir ki.ivo« drj 



1 l^ I, .\ i,^:i\v'-,.|i in i u II i 1 1 1 ' 111 '4 niji ('a'l.-i in l/t'il, 

;;ind that the old hylaw In- cloHed up. leav- 

j iftff out Ihu lOaCii'' ■::':-'";^-' ,\ : ;-...! 



518 Haslings^t., West, Vancouver, B. C 

ALSO 

Canadian American Realty Co. 
120 1 Douglas St., Victoria, B. C, Local Agents 






i 



■■3 ^■. 'luc 



\J 



7 



/ 



I'* 



u 



4 



u 



16 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Baturdny, )August 27, 1910 



J- 



CLA^SJ1■|KU AUVKKTlislNU KAlba , 

(^nc c»'n' n wind i acli luncrllon ; 10 per 
rent, dlbrount for aix. or more con»ccutlv« 
lti»tTlioiis-.-cush with order. No udverliiu- 
nicnt accepted fn;- Kss tliun 25 ceiU«. 
I'unlncsii and l'roriii»i uial I'ardji— rof tour 
l:iic» i.r iiiKliT ' '♦I iJO iii.r week. ' 

No iid\ c-rii«> incul cUiirKed uii a(;counl (or 
Umi thau Ifi.vu 

Phorto No.' U. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

IIUTKLM AM» KKiSTAURANTS 



/-- 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



B 



C^ 



AJtCHITECTS 



/-^ RIFFITH, 

vT .Uovurnnienl St. Phonu 

nUOPKrt. " ■ 
practice 



A'RCllITKCX, 

usa.-.' 



10U6 



TUOMA8. AHCinTKCT~-IN 
l\i B. C for- twi-nty-HVb year». 
liaiiB and »pt:clrtcatloiiiirlurnlBtn,d bn uppU- 
I avion. Oflicf. &' SlBlers Ulock, Phono !*;;7, 



MACI.UKK, .S.. 
. Five SlstOiB 



AiK'UrTi:! 



•T 



AND 



t. 1,167. , 



WATKJNS, 

J.-lVv S 41' I'M 



ARCHITECT- 
m." li, Victoria. 



AN.Nl-;U>IA.\ Ji. UOKN HOTKU NJJW 
bulldini, corner Broad and Jotin«on 
Klr-'iM Victoria. Modtru office* niid fur- 
nished room*. 

lALlFURMA HOTKU 19 JOHNtJON ST, 
:wjv nit-.'d up from liciitixn to tiVp, 
Bood Mccoinmod.itl.-n. opiirime Ballcry, coul- 
prlBliiK Ulc-sU.Ml pliulua 
■ purl» and aihh.ice^ ui> tc 
Uar al«H>8 mpiillfd wlili 
1,. Mc.MauutH — proiirlct'or. ■ 

jivv Hotel, '3KUN3Wj,cK." nicest i.o- 

cation In Vlctor(a, ulct-ly furnl 
rooniJ at niod<iij<ito prlctB. Weekly 
All cars pa»» liutel. Two entraiiccB, 
Yates and U'-UKlaa- Rhone 317. 



..r till iiui 

ilic, picsi-nt 
licst uuods- 



nolcd 

day. 

ThoB. 



hcd 
raica. 
corner 



BUSINES S DIREC TORY 

tlMIOI.MTKKllWJ ANU UBCOKATINO 



tJTlI>Ea & BUAKl', CONTHACTOUB KOIl 
fo upholklt-rlng, rcinovlnsr and ■ packing, 
ranieU cUunid, etc. lurnlturo repaired and 
polUlied. 805 Kort SI. V'mme 2U'J. 



Il-HNEH-BEETIJN CO., LTD.. %Vnor.te 

BHli- dry Booda, linpori 
turcrs rncn'a furiil»lihi(fB 



1 



brand. Bhlrta. overull*. 



and munufac- 

ttni«. "111*! Morn" 

Mall ord»r» ulleiid«d. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



MKI.l* WAM-liU — MALE 

>l'l,li'AT10N i-OB ,eAHli:TAliKH •FOU'^ 

vmvxy liomc". ^i\ jBattery, hu* bet- n 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING CONDENSED ADVERTISING I CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



S in .% T I O N « W ANT K 



MAl.K. 



ANTED .\ llUor'NUSMAX FlUJSl liTlI 
S- pIcnilKi to k'cp Hrfcns. ilc. In iH- 
d>i. Apply Ki'c. WorK PoinL U'aliackB, 
N'U'torlu. I). <■'. , — -- ■ ■' ' 



w 



WIIOI.ICS.II.K WINES) 

rnUUNKU- HE ETON CO 



WUARF 
tit,, vicioiia-^VVliolcBala ■ only, all lh« 



ART GI,ASS 



Ar 



YKAUt^ 



dwelllDitii. 
I'ho.lo 5lt1. 



1^4 1> 



■ I privat'j 
Vatca St. 



J W. ClUHllOl^M & CO., MANyFACTUR- 
5o crB of leaded ttrl RlaB3. .Sen vis hefora 
iacliiB your order. )t«palrlng a specialty. 
'iuuie .2:;(iS, 802 Fort street. 



mUJA CUMMIillCIAU MOTEI.. COKNEH 
J Dnugliia and. Conuoraiit Sla.. -oppoalto 
Clly Hall. Hcnc.vaied uhiodshuuV. Uooiiis 
second to nor.u in cli,*'. Bai«',)../,e|»lclu .tellh 
the bcBt. European plan. pnly. Vo->i > • • 
In connictlon. .f. I.,HBas. Pi'lip. I'hoi: 

Mv'.v'e V "piid'pEKL Y^iN v"e.sted I.KA i >.■- 
■ 'o fortune. This r.ijultmay I'" o\- 
Kilned" by, purchaslnjf tlio b,»t ■.;,■• mcul In 
th« city at- The Strand i-'af 



liiadluK brands of M<|U'ii» 
Write for U<ne und pi'Ice'B. 



ANU I.IQtOitS 

UTd., 

direct Importera 



wool) AJs'lJ I'CEI, 



VV^ 



TJANlKi; IfOTEI., 

1-V loM heU>. 660 Jolirison 



ANU cAi''i;— AM. i;n. 

S'..' Why pay 

mors whin you can Ktt Iho best for I»'SS. 

McalB 20c; rooms i!6c «nd up. Har replete 

I . r n ri f il, ■pyyud— 4»<.„t (foods. Joioph BalanKno". Prop^ 



AtTO.^tOIUI.KS 



w 



•ESTERN JIOTUU it SUPPLY CO."«- 
I,unv. 11, P. Clark. Manager. Sole 
ngeiits iv>r JiulckB, Franklins. numbers. 
llem»mt Talbota and Rovers, Storaij". ^up- 
pUrB, tires all- sizes' and makya. Hulk gago- 
line and oil. Repairs, coinpluto vulcaniilng 
plant. H4gh class livery. Telepltona t>S(6. or 
»( line busy 2067. ' 



BAGOAfSK UKI.IVEKV 



.riCTOKlA 
» opsone 



TRANBKKU 
129.. ■ 



CO.. liTO., TfiU- 



BI.IK rniNTINO AND MACS 



ANV EENUTU IN ONE PIECJS. 
ccnia per toot. Timber and lland 
maps. Electric Blue Prints and Map co.. 
Ijls EariBley St. — ■ 



I^KlNTsi 
■ Ix 



V 



B OATS XTJTI EXCIXE8 

/U'li'Kl.V HUAT & E.NGINE CO., 



repairs, dcslgna, „ Shop. 
W, X). Buck, manager. 



'124 David 
Phone 205, 



BOOK BIN DEBS 



equlped 
rcsuU Is 



THE BK3T 

the province; 

iQunl in proportion. 



rnni'; colonist ii.vs 

-L eaulped bookblndery In 



liOl'i'T.BS 



A 

agency 



EE KINUS VF UOTTEES WANTlp— 
Good prlirs' paid. Victoria Junk 
1«2U Storo street, Pliono -3..U. 



BUILDER^ Agy CONTBAC rO*W 

UUMTi:- 



i«iRA.NK B. 



-CONTKACTOK A>D 
butlde*. Plans *nd speclilcAtlon* prt-- 
ured tor approv(jl. Estimates furnished 
:r. lay class Of itrUcture.. Offltes Cor. Kol- 
knd'Ave.. nua.gxioid St.. ^: J-^: ^^"'^f. ; — 

I "vnk7 bh6s.T iiuiEUEfts anw iJO.v- 

Iji 11 

'.s ,■ a;t.nd to jPOur order. 



trand hotel cafe. Johnson st. 

a+vitays open. European plan; 'lulsltio 

unexcplled; bar best goods; rales modijrato. 

Wright & Faulkner. Phonu 1106. _^ 

OT I? i. VI CTO n I A~ U .V D K R 'n EW M a N - 
OBement. Moat eciitinl 111 city. Bus 
meets all steamers and trains. Crahaiti & 
Grant, proprietors. Phone ■J80. 

'T4"e~(WS ~Y ATKS ST. 
large and airy rooms; 
best goods. Ted McAvoy. 
1632. 

WILLOWS— TUOROLrqHLY RENO^ 
ated througho'it, and equipped in tho 
modern and up-to-date style, and sup- 
wlth t.est Boodd, Alex. Llpsky, prpp. 



S^ 



H^ 



\TnLSON HOTEL. 
y V European plan 
bar supplied with 
proprietor. Phona 

-nvost 
piled 



TILSON, E. A.. UEALEH IN ALL KIN D.* 
of -^mlUwood, .ivodd, bark, eta Four- 
foot |eni?niB, ?2.uO per cord; slovti Icngfhs. 
{3 00 double load- 32G .John St. Phone 2073. 

TRY "a~.,UEA1M,NO I)i)" 

dhorl "'lit mill wood, 'i' 

11. lit city at »S.OO C' ' i> 

' ' II . Ltd. . J'hoHo Stl4. 



/-IlIE.xP Fl.I'lL- 
V_y bl.; load of 



'ANTKp- I'ORThSH. 

liill-bei'- »ho|). ' 

,'i tf 



KJ^PKKSS HOTEL 



JHTnATIt.lN WANTED IMMEDIATELY 
dalr.v, fjMili or ilijck'n farm. goi>H 
milker and lli'e iNii'-rlinri wlili piuUi). 
Hox 1,13 iVjIonist 



«' 



.V 



AP.«iNESE 

en «nrU, 



WISHES 

AlMil,e O. 



ROOM iiR Kin -I I 
II, Naka. I'.q, Box 



HITUATIUNtj VVANTKP— FEMALE 



W^ANTED 
VV Apply 
lolln West. ^ 



- INrHIiLIOBNI- 
23i. Svinny «ltl« 



L.SUV SI.ENtJtiUAl'lIEIt VS'JS.HES 
^position-; experfeheed, P. o. Bn\ T'A. 



\'-i>i;Nt 
^bosl 



SUMIMEK RKHUHTS 



.J_ 



WXiSxEu— MlSCKIA^ANBOyf 



tlshl 

ball 
iral 
T. J 

B^ 



EEI' DIVE, CO\VlCll.'\N Lt.^V, JLto.MtU 
and rooms avalla.l)lc for ilie/ Balmoil 
llslilns season. Apply S DIshlcn. 

UENjrVIHTA HOTEL, COWUMfAN BAY 

under new inHnasemeiil. good boatuirf. 

baUilug and (Ishlng. Hotel carriage iii,.vt» 

trains at Cowulisii station. KorMeiros ipply 

T. L Forrest, I'orfl'-ld V. ,0.. B, C. 

Lx- iTTX-Ti^Tlv IIkTw E .ST I ' E N I ) E R 

and. ?ca«ltl,- •umiiier re»urL a 

guests taken. Rates U 00 per day. 
Grimmer. .; 



\YANTEU- 

V V .rti.w 1' 



-BV THE imiLLI.SNT ,WI.N 
Meaning coiripan.v. all kinds oi 
j window jileanlnK; li'dghi no «b.l''OlU>n. Fm 
prilciB and iiutilatlons aiM'ly Uo*; 54!j CtJl" 

Misr. 



\\' 



ISL- 
f.w 



\\ 'Ai>iTEl)-^^.001> 
' ' man 'for diLiI 



ALL-ROI.Nl) DRAFT' 



\ • 1 .laliiiid 
Irli^ ttl\ , 'I 



Apply 

I 



\'nni 



\\'A.NTEi) BV vor: 

V ' UN stenograi>li> I 



I. \ iiv Ki^.'^rri' i"^' 



.\i>P 



i;oUi 



V 



\.\ TED- 
,\ pplv 



-.\s«ik'i;ani' 

I'', R tsiew-ai I 



I)R.V('TiCA,l 
■ op'U for 
ArldieHB 



t,l« 



MATKRNLrV 
f'ligngemeiK ; ' • ' 
ColonlBl," 



\\<'vh 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



UKNTISTS 



JEWELLERS. WATCH 51 AKEUS, ETC. 



A. 



PETCH. 
specialty 



1407 OOUOLAS 
of English watch 



STREET 
repairini:. 



.lUNK 



WANTED— SCRAP BRASS. : <X>VPKH. 
nine, lend, cast Iron, 'sacks, bottles, 
rubber; highest prt.-es paid, VIotnpia Junk 
Agency, 1620 Storo street. Phona 1336. 



tJ^SiiSCAVK GAkDKNER 



L 



ANPHCAPE OARDK.NEK- JA.MKS SIMP- 
1. 951 .lohDWh atreet, phone RII.MI 
■'Xpert on alt gipTIfn ond orihard ditalls; 
Pruning «n<' ele«nln»{ frpni ,lnaer;t». rostra a 
s|ieclHtly: lawns kth^'iI and 11nt»1ied in First 
ter-ond or HilrU .quality, acuur^iliig to con- 
tract. • •' ■ u 



MVKftY ANU TRANSFER 



VICTORIA TBAN.SFER CU-. LTD.. 
1}>. Igegt *ervi«a in tha city. 



TEL, 



UTIIOURAPHUtO 



R. LEWIS HALL, IJENTAi, SURGEON, 
Jewell block, corner ^ avcB and Doug- 
las streets. ■ Victoria. B. C- TeleJjhontiS — 
Office. ^57; Residence, 122. ' ,,. 



D 



D" 

SCs. 
to S 



, li. J. HENDERSON. DENTIST. .JASK 
building, corner Broad aiiB" lohnsoh 
Phono 2260. Oftlco hours; y.30 a. 
p. m. Eveninsa by appointment. • 



in. 



f. KHASBUi p. St. D.— OFFIOS 73 8 
Yates at, Onregch* block. Oftlce 
hoiirs: ,11.30 a. m. to 6 p. m; 



w. 



BETECTIVBS 



B. 



C. DETECTIVE SERVICE, VANCOU- 
ver. Civil, criminal and commercial 
Irivestlgattons K. S. Baron. Superinten- 
dent. Head of Ace. Booms 207 aud 208. Crown 
building, Vancouver, B. C PhonK 4202.. 
Bloodhound trailers kept. 



IXPERllSN'l.D 
hniitlng ;>l:l.i' !■'« 
,» I'ply -0,1111111'. 'ir h' 

u RO vvj^:llsjr(\uv E in' I sKii . 

Ml iIhsh kno\viodg<- "l Hull 
liosltMiii on rruil tiiriu 

.'4-1 rii-.-M; iigi' I- .\V'1>'' ''" 
l,lltli|nuiil>i,'Oi. Susse'- 



FlKli.M.\N ! \ V ,,,,„ 

aasiisi [ 



BV 



opt 



A OTRi. 

rill' lor- 
[1,-|,1;. Iv. 



srusv; s^ 

M modtMatr, 

1 1. srrT'A- 

hlld. wltii 
Colonist. 



ill all ' 



WITH ( 

lUllUV 



lilKlu'St 
■ijui • n 81 
,| 



i,'V<-l'- 
lijet. 



w 

Fort 



TANTED 
lame r 
BtroC't. 



AT 



PICtl'RK 
,1. Co.. .61': 



WANTED. APPt.V 



DRl.'O A'^PRENTICE 
B f.^>ru« Sti)ri\ ,W 1 JiihnBon Btre 



i'lTANTlCD- 
VV lislimu 



SALEri.MAN, ENO- 

il, I hat ran place 

tilirh claHS s.Turlty of unuHual '"'''■''•,„''''- 

...1 remuheratinn «0 rlgln .l'a''">'; refor- 

nrrs desired. APP!>' **'■* 



•STOCK 
n pri'fcir* 
s.Turlty 



A-^ 



Colonl 

-0- 



IN 



N OIL COMPANY OPERA 1IN( 

the proven California oil ll<fli , havmi, 
a block of its Bharep ,to pUue """>'. 
market, tleilrMg servUica of "•'>»»'"' 
Bal.-8mttn:.../^xrellini proposition und ttBBur 
itiK ■ t'lg rplurnh io otiv wliO »• 



loelli 
Block 



and <nerg(?llc. Apply 4,';0 



UKKl'':**'** 
Colonlit. 



'ANTB0: AN 



1)ACIFIt: DETECTIVE AOKNGY. DOINO 
grnorai line criminal and civil private 
detective work, o.r will find Ih'i- whui'e- 
abouts of 'any persons whoso IndenlUy or 
addreasvB are unknown. !»0» Ooveinjnent 
street, phone 2171, 



HOTEL DIRECTORV 



VAXCOIJVKR 



ALHAMBRA HOTEL— MK8. S. THOMP- 
•on & Soits, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
son, n-.anagvr. Corner Carroll and. Water 
streets. Vancouver. B. C Vancouver's nrst 
hotel. Situated in tho heart of the city. 
Uodcrnly maipped throughout. .Midday 
lunch a ■peclaliy. Europttaa plan. Famed 
for good 'Whiskey. , -, 



LlT«-OORA,PHIN,0. ENUBAVINO^ ANO 
Embussing — Nothing too large ai^d 
nothing' too small; your stallortery Is your 
*dv3i:ice agcntj our work Is unequalled west 
of Torontu.:' The Colonlit PriutiuJR and 
I publishing Go. Xtd; 

* I.OCKtiMITHH ANI> MACHINISTS 



rtom. are prepared to give pr«M» on 
:nig and jobbiiifc- work. I'Ueum »7». 



CHiRoronv. 



VIKS. 

*»i • Kort street 



CAMPBBi.L. CWlRdPODIST 905 



.. ,v— *- 



C 1 V^tlUKX mXRKRS A>I» Kt-RVKYORS 

"^ NO.VKE.S. B. C LANUi k,l. KVEAOK 



H^ 



AKEH, 1. — OENEKAL .MACHINIST, 
new p^rta of all kinds made in brass, 
I'opper and steel, or any sort of metal- Ma- 
ch<n«. abop. 159 Government ^t. 'Fbone &3i». 

ttAmAGH ,, " ''■;■■' 



MRa EARSMAN. BLBrCTRIC 
baths: inefllcat cnaMaBa. IQ0§ 
Phone S-iy«$. ' • -. A' 



LIGHT 
Fort St 



uniciAvs 






orroMVttuBta 



1 o 

x^v. c. jr. Room s, 

■.■'.iiiet,' T*l«'p;!c.ne 377, 



L<?e BultdlfiS 

f. O. Box T)4J 



Broad' 



Bt,YT«, , A. P.. , H6 KORT'-OVBH A, 
quai'ter of a centurya Experience, and 



kinds of ciyll 
undertaken. 
KallioaJ location ahd vonattuctwn » apa- 
«i»Ky, 15(17 r.angle.v street ' ., ^ 



JL. • >nj 



AJ,,DO0», CB.— -\." 
ixinteruig and •tjrveyinB 



modern equi pfn e n t at your service, 
examination. }>eoaea craitud oa pr 
Phono 3259: , ' ' > 



Free 



•ns^ 



fAINTBRB AND PAI>ERllA7Cai!:R8 



/%OitE « ■.M-yUEOOH-J. HEKKICK 
^X Gregor. Slgr Latid Surveyor 
iivil engln^evs. Chancery Chambers. P. O. 
H»X U'.' Tel. A60*. Kurt George 

I 7 ■rt-iiK'oti);^. Mgr. 



Mc- 

and 



office, J. 



li 

\ i.-.i 



A, t-rtBKlTli>H COLUM- 
Uiu. Laud surveyor 622 Fort street, 
ria. *t. «J. 'falepbone L;1»4I. f. O. Box 



pp. 



S^ 



ANK' MBLLOR— PAINTING COJi- 
trastor. 1126 View stree t.. ■ Phonf 1364: 

BNKY RIVERS— PAl.NTBH. OLAZISR*. 
kataoni liter 'and paperhanger. 749 Mar- 
' ket Biret. Victoria. B. C. Batln^atea <ai.ettr- 
fully given on. application. 

E A n s7~'X'~— ^"aiKTS: '"'■"V'AlB^JfSHSH 
brushes: spcdftity of wallpaper, ihe 
newest pktterna Give me a call. 'Store 
1507 Douglas street. Phore R-loS'l. 



BLACKBURN HOTBlr— A. B5. BLACK- 
burn, proprietor. This well-known a,td 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and. refurniah- 
eil la now open to lis patrons. Steam heat, 
fine commodlotts rooms. tlist-<Mass dining^ 
room, best attention to comfort of gu«ata. 
American pran tl.&O to »2.0u, pur day. Euro- 
pean plan, 'tbii upwarda. Hi Wvslminaler 
avenue. . ■ 

CUMMBRCIAfi HOTBL-^ORNBR HAST 
Ings and Caniblu atrceta Ueadquartera 
tor mining and .cummerclal lueM' Rates (2 
und tlpwarda Atkins. Juhasun 4ti hiewari, 

proprleiOrik , 



ord,era. , Salary f'anU 
dreas Box 4r.3 ivilmilst 



EXPIIRIENCED 

flM' 1»ll 

iiiimlsatui) 



agent lo ciiiivaa for i»'l ""»' 



offlc. 



TREK 

stirlng 

paid. Ad- 



WANTKtJ^SlX BOVS FOB <MlHlST 
Cliurch Cathedral chnliV^Uo lwir+1'nors 
Apply to oiganlat «> ibe yeatry 7.»0 1 hura- 
diiy evenliigs. 



T\'.VNTBD 

Y V ham Bros- 



.^TUON'O 
Mary 



n6t. 

street. 



APPITT 
VletoDa 



Weal. 



w 



'AITBR WAN 

6&0 Johnu' 



r J8THANP CAFE, 



W'ANTED- 
V V ily Ht 

li'Bi'ht'r 



tl'd 
good 
4'1'r. ' 



T-pqsiT 1 1 ■ 
iiiicc -as 



11(1 .Bubstantiul 
'nlonlst. 



iiuml\. Apply 




NCrl/IHH LADY DESIRES -POSIT IOxN; TO 
teach tw.o rhildnn t; to !• year*, or 
i;omi<anloii to 
4»S Colonist. 



E' 



ERRAVARAOH — ESQTJIMALT ROAD, 
road, laigo garden, beautifully aUuat- 
ed, near «ea.. On car line. Terms modur- 
ate. Phone LT26. ________ 



J)E1 



I, , liiwi,", 

ilor 1 HI 



OR THRKl; 

ills, .'lire,' imi' '■ 
\ iiflv \'i, I-. I . 



MISCELLANEOC*. 



T>ROF 
X fr,, 
sons on 
Btiidib, 
should 



U'l 



•K KNK 1 1 .\ S 
■ M.n and "Mi 



'HI' 



S>M>I '■'"!' 



malw*: 



TI,R.NE1> 

flUllli- 1' »• 

^i< hifl 
sjudcnts 



early 



'11. 



A'^ 



Invalid Iftdyi AJH»|y J3(ix 



IADI'CATED 
■J wlahea position 



■ it her 1 
1 ■iiiiilr.i 

abstain 



ENGLlSHWO-MAN .(48' 

aw house -keeper ' or 

sponsilil'' slMiation.' No ob,iection to 

ill'iHhl.. atliv-. good plain Cook-, 

Applv Hox 461 Cidfinlst. • ' 



•yOlTNG l(AOY . WELL 



KDlJt.'ATKD, 
X lhuFMilM<'K domesticated, deairea po- 
sition .ae compVnlon. aecretary or nuraery 
Koverneaa. .or an housekeeper where servant 
Is kept. Api)l>* Box 4IS Colon 



T^ 



wo SISTKUlJ Wn'H GOOD l^NDKK- 
altindlng of general housework, aeek 
altiiatlona with resprctalrte r«iiUll''B (would 
prefer lo bo together if poaalble; B9X— 4ii5 
t'olnniat. 



\X7ANTKl> 

y\ tioM 1 

people. 335 



BY A GIRL 
care for 
ColonJat. 



0» II, SITUA- 



V'-OITNO 
X sltualio>i 
Apply 



WOMAN (SCOTCH* WLSHEH 
aa nuraery or aewlng maid. 
Box SIS. ColonJat. 



TEACHERS WANTED. 



SMALL Bl'T CHi.-l' » • . 'LLlStfTlON OF 
water voloiB by ih'' wi'll known lirvlRi, 
Mr. T. Motvrr .Muilln, It. C, A-. will be mi 
view at the Sommer .\rl Gallery. 1012 Gov- 
ernment sire.'t. on mill aCliir Frldii'y, life 
2Uth Inat; picjuro lovers are, lnvl.lcd la bcu 
tJi'e m. ,.■.',' ' ^ . 

GORDON llTBUAR'r, »17 FORT 
reet. face maaaage. iadtea' hair* 
dresaing, marcel -W«tTrB, elec?trl« and vibro 
hall- troatment, cumblnga inado up; phono 

2;!!>R. , 



M^"'^,r 



HANSOM « 

rpo 



lABH IiTrfmiKE, AND NKIjUT 



■ BCILDBRS : AND' CONTRACTORS-- 
This Is Til inform yoi.i (hat <■. I'ed'TBon 
Is now »xcavntlhg and rock blasting, and ml 
ordfiia from you w-Rl receive hia own i''-r- 
•(mat altentlon. MatlTnaU-a free. J039 Pnrn^ 
dora avenue, phone LI 487. 



.\K RELIABm 
every town . tp 



I listominadc 'ei«| 
1 omiiiisaloJi .Itexs! 
Tn>-nnt", Ont. 



il.J. 
tlTll 



N 

In 



A . . i . i U ii 



WANTED IN 

wrdera for beat 

Uanada: hlgheat 



Co., UinltU'l, 



w 



ANTED- ONE 



KELIABLB MAM 
every town to take ordera for 

c l o lhea In Canada. Highest 
Ltd., Torou- 



IN 
beat 



custom nwMtt- 

coinmlaalon. Rex Tallorln» Co 

to. Ont. 



WANTBD— CAPABX^B SALESMAN TO 
coecr British t:Wunibla with staple 
Upe. High coiiiinls4lons. with- »100 monthly 
advance. Permanent poaltionto right man- 
Jeaa H. Smith Co. WIndaor. Ont. 



HISLr ^^ AXTKD-^ilHttAhK. 



A eOMPKTENT XIESBRAL 
plain «4M»klt)«;, *3&. Apply tSu7 
Kernwood ltd. '_____ 



\\rANTED- 
V V maid. 



HOTl^L DOMINION— WHBN TOU AR- 
' rlVe at Vancouver take large ttuto bua 
which will take you to this hotel free. Our 
service la the beat obtainable ai the price. 
American plan. $1.60 to »2.oo per day. Auto 
makes one . trip dally around ^t^nley Pfiric. 
)f^ Uaynea.' proprUtor. ■.'■ , ' • -' 

LODGES AND ^SOCIETIES 



A. 



', ^ aI'ITTl"" CARPiiNTBB AND JOBBlNa 
\J laclory. Alfred Jonea ,Ail kinds of 
• vfratlunf, Jut>oing work, luOS. Vancouver 
und "Vaiea Bi.r«»(: utttoe phon» BXOll. Kea 



milE MELROSE CO.. LTD.. 613, FORT ST. 
X undertake every branch o( tbe p'alnttng 
and decuratlnr buatneaa and guarilDtve aal- 
Isfaction. 



t.4ltRiA»fe: \SD 



WAOON IkBALERS 



ABLE, W.V.—- I.MPORTER OV MAC- 
Laclilan buggies, traps; cannot be 
i.aven lor' durability. Warebouae 717 Jobo: 
ir'.-a at. Phone 1JS«. , 



ROWLAND 
■ Attornify, 



patents awu lkoai, 

"brittain 



Patinta in 
Falrlteld building, opposita 
vef. - " 



REGISTETIED 

all countrlea 

P. O., Vancou- 



Ci><>TMK8 CLKANINO 



i y ENTS- t;LOTHES CLEANED, DYED, 
Vjr repaired and pressed: umbrellas and 
varasols tnade, •.cpaireU and re-covered, 
ouy W. WailVer. "u» Jonnson St.. juat »aat 
,,l Douglas Phone L-1267. 



\\Tah. CKONO 

VV' dry cieattinc, preaalng and 



in sliot'i notice., 
\ ktorla;' B.C. 



■LAD1B8' AftfD GiiNTS' 

'repairing 
1726 Uuvenimcnl slletit,' 



PLinUBtMO AMD OASFITTINO 

tt. 



COLBERT PLUMBING St HEATING CO.. 
Ltd.— For first claaa workmanship !n 
the above line give ua a t'rial. Temporary 
otflc* 765 Broutbton St., Phona US. 

N. At5Tni«6n, PirclirBI NGr~STOVE- 



O, F. COURT NORTUERN LIGHT, 
Ko. 61136. in'eeta at Foreatora' Hall. 
Broad a.treet, .3n(l and 4tt^ IVeijiiiadaya. W. 
V. Kt^llerton.. secretary. 

No~l,«!i'^~WE8T LODoil 
Friday. K. of 1'. Hall, cor- Douglak 
Pandora airwttik J. Lk Smith,' K. ul R. 
S. Byx 644. 

^JO.NIS OF ENGLAND, B. B. ALEXANDRA 
K^v Lodge 116 mceta lat and 3rd Wednea- 
day^ K. of P. Hall, W. Appleby, Foal Bay. 
PrcsidvDti J. CrttcUlairt Sauratary, Sldnay, 

B. c. . • . 



and 
and 



SONS OF. ENGLAND. 
Lodge, A. O. F. 



PRIDE OF ISLAND 
Hall. Broad atreat. 
2nd and tth Tueadaya. Prealdent C. Pom- 
eroy, Victoria W'cat. Secretary, W. Dawaoa, 
Head Street. Eaqulmalt. 



PRBVENTIO.M 
-'Ornce IZ12 E 
tnspvctor RtiMMl, l»t\. 



or 



SOCIETX FOR THE 
cruelty to Animata "'orrice I Z 12 Broad 
atrcet. Phouea, 
relarje— L2343, 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



rVtXTRT A>0 UVES'I'OCK 



x)l» 



rOTTKBV WARE. ETC 



CO.AL AND WOOD. 



BURT. GEO— DEAI-ER 
of ^ood and coal- 
part oi city; at current 
iaids.°T3a Pandora. , 



IN ALL KINDS 
Dellvared to any 
ralea. Pbonw Hilt, 



G^ 



3.0 TO J. E GRICB TO GET YOUU FALL 
order* Wuod piled in yard or lot be- 
fore cutting. .Meaauia guaranteed. Id cords 
or, over. Tel. 149. ' „ , 

ALL iwAJLikER — ■WELLINOTrtN COL- 
licriea Ci»al, Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmith's and' Nut Ccal specially pre- 
pared, Tel. 83; 1 232 Government 'St. 

_:. OFFICE laoi 

to any part 

ratea. Phona jl4 7. 



s 



EWBIl PIPB. FIELD 



Pottery Co., Ltd., Cor., Broad 
Stk. Victoria, a C. 



riLE. GROUND 

!tC. 

and Pandora 



REAL ESTATE A«E2«T9 



CUTHBBKT, HERBERT * CO.— "BAR- 
galna \'lctorla Real Eatate-". Inveat- 
mcnta. timber and fruit lands, 616 Fort SL 
Phone 1610.' Cable address, "Cuthbert. 



CO. 



K INGHAM. J.. * 
BltOAD St. CoaTdellvered 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS— REAL EB- 
t<ite, loans, tliober, mines and rentala 
Offlrea Vancouver. New Wt-atmlnstor and 
Victoria. 619 Trouncw. Avenue. Phon« 645. 



POTTS. HOWARD A. G.— REAL Es- 
tate, Financial ahd Timber agcnta In 



buslnesa In Victoria for ov«r twenty 

office 636 .Fort street. 



y««ra 



ct the 
Wharf. 



city 
foot 



current 
Chatham 



•St. 



3AINTER, J, E. A SONS — COAL, WOOD 
■ "' "of flncat quality at cvirrant 
our new and specially prepared 
Phone &3S. Ofllca 611 Coemor- 



ratcs- Try 
nut cuala 
ant SV 



CBEAMKRliBS AND DAIRIES 



• OVAL DAIRY— CHEAMKRY BUTTER, 
let cream, milk and buttermilk; re- 
liable for-^tiuallty and purity. Dairy IIXO 
ijouglHB Hi., or Pbone It8> 



K^ 



lilt WMEN 



li^^^. 



N 1', 1 . 
etr.'.'et. 



•M )r-l'.l il 
Tclephoi! 



"I'JCB 6« 'Wharf 



VICTORIA TRUCK 
Telephone 13. 



AiNL» DRAY CO.- 



nvi: ivoRKS 



c, :-ti;a.m dve Works- TUB LAtt- 
gfsL dying and rleanlng works In the 
ITTOvlncc, Country orders solicited. Ts'L 
201. .1 1" I4enfrew. proprietor. 



B. 



>AL'LS BT^SAM UTE WORKS— 4lll FORT 
street. W«c<4ean, presa -and — r»palr 

ladles' and gentlemen's gRrments equal to j 
t.ew Phone 624. « I 



1 



rpRACKSELL. ANDBR.SON * CO.— REAL 
X eat'atea, timber loans, .rentals: collections 
Ofncta: Roglna, Saak.. and 'S'ictorla, B. Q. 
Office: 1210 Broad St. Phoho 178». 



8A1I.MAKERS 



■I 
I- 1 earn 



MONTHS, HACK- 
. unlet dtAp'/altton. 



T^tOR .SALB^'OLT IS 
X- ney bay. aoun.l; 
I O. Bpx 9»( Victoria 

1*^6ir~sXLB-~-TTV'tJ '.'W.NhKS.~SlS' YE.XflS 
old. 'lor tWdlvery or driving; Melottc 
a<*peratar. Apply P. W, Vogclaar. 



WANTED tJOOD (}BNERAL SKRVANT 
VV ai „iic. .iipply H>37 .iMhitaon atre^i. 

^wTtm 

Wilby. 



T(.> 



VV himacwor)^ "Apply 



ASSIST ' 
Mra. W. 



U&3 Yatte air-ei. 



\v 



;:anted-'A V'APablb. woman a 

few hours daJTy I'or ten<;rBl hoUB'- 
worK,' famll.v ..t Ibreir; no ehildreii; no 
waghlng. Apply 103 7 Fort atreet. city. 

" "'ANTED '->~NC.R'S!'k-'' ^cirftL A N D 
mtflh'rs h' li»: »ood wttifta Mra. 



w 



TANTBD— ■:TBACH EH 
stream, salary |50 per 



FOR 
month. 



GOLD- 



w 



.I'ANTKD-TBACffKU FOR SOUTH 

riallano 'Plumper Paaai; male or fe- 
male holding aeeond or third claaa rerti- 
ficttlet; married, wllli faniily" preferred; du- 
ll'-s lo coiniiieiire after Biimnier vacation; 
salary ihU. Write, wlih rcferenceg to J. W. 
Hellhouae, secretary- treasurer. 



AOENTI^ WANTE1>. 



yt'ANTKD—lNSrRANCW 
V V ran ■ onlrol plal,- 



AQKNTS WHO 
glass T'Iska In VIeinela 
In the provinoo of British I'lluinbla. li-> 
repi;''arni an up^-lo-dale . plate li'iitaa inaur- 
anc"* i-oliipan), Apply with cferemeA aiso 
stating approxinfate amount of premiums 
efpeitod; good eommlBslon to right iia-itj, 
(yominf rciai Piute Glass .\ssirHiicC' Com- 
pany. Head. Office. Montreal. Canada^. 



TO UET— KOCSEKEEriKO BOOSU 



¥'' 



RNlstUKD 

with hath. 



HOl'.SE KEEPING 
KU. Fort at reel. 



HOOM.'^ 



AND PLANTS— NOW iS THE 
to order bulha if yov wish your 
garden lo be beautiful in the eariy spri;v,i. 
i>iiow*ropB, crocus, tulips, daffodils, Iiliea. 
hyaelntha. ate. Dutch. Japanes-^ and local 
bulba. ilend P. «". lor parllculara lo 1 E 
Wooiatone, Beach Houae, Cadboio Bay, or 

P. O. Box 1029. ^ 

M, BIOWOl,)l>. miThanlcal cngln-rr 
and draughtsman; machinery inatall- 
-■d; drawlnga prepared. Agent for gas 
produccra and engines. P. O. Box 1067, 
City. . . - 



BULBS 
time 



H. 



\A'AN TED -BY THE RAPfD D|l-iTRlBl 
' V lion e.iiiipftny; eijcuiar.B. liand i.ili.-' 
gampli>«; «j^r, all worH guai-AJl,t*ed. ■ .I''' 
iirU'ca and (juol'aLtctiis nipply rBoii-'S*') Cpl-' 
iilat, .'. .>.''. ,.,... . ■„.^;.. ' . '.'•-'.... ■ 

T>Ain'V WISHrNO-, TO send T-Y.tJAIi 

JL. " old' boy to*, private erhool.. 'woiiiU IIU- 
to have t/rmij from iiiiy privato' sclioo! , 
not far froiij; HillBlde avenue. Apply-' l^l^' 

ii;i2 '>-'oio niat> ' ■ . .■;,' , ,\ 

TAN rkD-^HUM'tSOWW Tjb TRAIN, FO.s 



w 

hotel. 



lerrl»r' piip. iiiqtilci »t inaiiiri.' 



TO 



MNTBD 

h' 
Atu'ly 



w 

eari 
HI 307,/ 



|jy the monib; will 
care of 



RK.VT-i-A 
; win 

16 J>li,Hll|l 



OOOD PIA.M 
tip laken «<>"i' 
avenue; phon ■ 



•'fAS' 



— — ^«^-* 

CIIANC 



"vlTTy 

u |H», 



I, (?AN, AND 

that »|1 lift ■will bring you 
000 « year In a »Hfe, sovipd. bopesl Invesi 
in'-iii; lateai', ■ Beat upporitinlty oaennii, 
write quick for partlcvilars. ' .T.. R. Kyati 
Sec. Sault' Ht<» .Marje, Mich, , 

1~J1xFlSRl EN<^5D~JmNTA L^ NURSE HA s 
J accomodation in hpr own home for a 
private patient. Addr«aa Box VU^ New 
WeaiminBici . B. c. ■ . 



motor also bearings 
442. Colonial. 



sbcon'dhanu HEVERS- 
20 horsepower 
for |<« shaft. Appi.v 



YVANTEU — A 

Vy Ing clutch for 20 horsepower inarin 



rpo ' 
■± ^Tfl 



\rXCTORIA 
* pany, 7 
Contracts taken 



WINDOW CLEANING 

si 

by week or month. 



CO.M- 

241)1, 



THE CITIZE-NS OF, VICTORIA 
ames and addreflses waiiled of pros 
piM'Uvn aeltiera aiijj home-buvfra now ll\ 
ink In ' 'Hrillsh Isles nnd Cniiada. Pleas, 
•Mid name's io Vaneoirs'er Isluuiid Develop 
ni'-ni League, fi34 Broughlon atreel, VI. 
lorla. Literature and full Infurtnatloi 

sent to till names furnished. 



1^ 



YOU WISH TO DISPOSE 



OF '*'YOUR 



caril 

and I will .call on you. I will be In Vie 
tnria once^ a month. Edwin .1. Galloway, 
new and old book store, 7ll',t Oxitpvllle Si, 
\ ancouver. 



B' 



ANDERSON, CH1.MNBY CLEANER 
dofectivo Vnuca altered; -gratra re- 
backod- Realdencu 2536 Blanchard alrcct; 
phone 1.1744. ^^ 



w. 



ASfcAOB PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current ratea by tho Victoria Transfer 
Co., Phone 129. Office open night and da,\ 

WANTED— TO PURCHASE. OLD MA 
bogany furniture, clocks, grandfath, - 
clocka, coma, atampa, at« -A. A. Aaronso: 
85 Johneon st>e«t. 



WO.MA.NS BX(.'HANOE. FOR THE 
disposal of needlework; handicraft 
and ev«-ry bran<'h of woman's work will b- 
held lb the woman'a building in the tall 
fair. Ladlea Int-ereatrd may obtain fuller 
particulara on application lu JMra, A. E. 
Ulehards, R<«yal_ Oak. P. 0._ ^^ 

r.E~HAVE 'rUB ONLY bleCtrical 
key-rtupllcating mai'hine in Vb ■ 
toria foo- Vale and postofhce keys, insuring 
a perfect III always. 11. M. Wilson. UU 
Cormorant. 



A 



W 



method- 
avenue. 



SPBAKI FRB.NCH 
hrtc 



LtS.T YOfU HOrsKKBEPINQ 
with ua; bo charge until we 
a tenant, Warburloti £ t.:^., 
ment atrcet, d'palalrs. > 



ROOMS, 

flni< yiw 

lOOi Governs 



w 

Chantplion. 



60.3 Xlagura at roe 1,. 



<1 1 HL ' WHOf DNDKHSl-ANDS 
ng, iw i6tb»-r need ^gjpply . . Mrs, 



It'ANTRl.' 

VV c<><>kli._. — - ,.,. . 

VV. H Smith. Xhi^^ln Hall, 'Talgilpw 



Rd. 



w 



'■A^- TI i :i '.;. T\V ^ J Kl H . -'T — I'UfS — W . MT- 



reaAes. 



"Ml 



ANrlCH -AN 
maker, aitao 
liuilea' tuiloirlnji. Ferd 
sireet. - 



DalUs Hotel 

EXPER.I BNCBD HKIR? 
improver for ^ high claas 



tjulnkcr; «i)4 Yaiea 



w 



ANTED-.- RBPIN El< 
mother's l»«|p Box 



■ERSON AS A 
4!»i); phone 2401, 



w 



T A NT K l>— G OOD 
Cafe, ' 



WAITRESS OLYMPUS 



\\,'ANTBD-^A 

V V minion Hot«l 



WAITRESS APPLY DO- 



WA NT ED— 'TO 
three men. 
atrect, between' the 



KKKP ' HOUsa *HJ« 
Apply 1137 North Park 
rioure of 6 and t 'p. m. 

ANTED -WOM A N TO " «V;PERrN'rE>{D 
cooking, amall family: kitchen maid 
kfpt; , good home, fJ Colonist . ■ 



W^ 



\VA.NTKD,— AS»r»TANT Nl'RSB FOF 
VV Kelowna Cotvnge Hospital, aalary %i<t 
month. State quu'linvaiiona. tesllmunlala. 
experJenrn and age Apply to Secretary. 
Box on. Kelowna. R, C . 






(Jl'SKKBKPlNO 
water, bath; 
S.ilvealer, 71^ 



ROOM.S. WITH HoT 
c<ntr«Il.v I'tcBliid. The 
Yates s'rkAt. 



tr' 



<K FI.'RNl.-^HED I^pUSEKBEPINO 

room ovr-r -J^loddarta J.ew;elery store. 
Apply Hrunswl,-k hotel, * 



TO f. 
Va 



KT — HOl'SEKBEriNG 
nnrouver street. 



•ROOMS. 1024 



TO LET— HOUSE^tEBPINtt -BOOMS; 
two br-drf^oms an.d kitchen 4*7 Bell* 
vllle atreet ; oppoalte C, P. R, Dcicks, 



TO LF-T— IJ-URNISHISD. LARGE BED-, 
room with use oV dlningrooni, kitchen, 
hath and telephone. Apply 120 Government, 
afreet, Jatn^a Bay. No chndren. 



IT^OR RENT— T\VO l>RONT FU'HNISHED 
houaekeeplng rooma. one aa bed-alliing 



room, other kitchen, gaa 
and cold waiter, etc.. .bath, 
824 Courtney flreet. 



cooker, - alnk hot 
M- week. Barnea 



TO t£T— UOt'SES 



rr\0 I.BT~'«rOTTAGK, THREE ROOMS. 
-l klichon, harhrcMim.- eie'^lrlr light, gaa; 
part . cnhtehts of (Ittlnga to be sold;. t,wo 
lilooks from Empress liprel, Jamea , Bay. 
Bide; low rent 



rr\U LET— FIMINISHED. NRW 5-ROOM 
-L houati i» 11 h^' every mod»rn convenience 
piano, etc., near Government bulldlnga; %H 
numth. A'ddreaa 911 Colonial bfflrr. ' 



OR OERMA.V IN 
montha: Improvement on BerlUa 
Trial leason free. 180» Stanley 
phono R1641. 

S TAMPING FOR FANCiT VOUK O.N 
your, own inate'la'. Ordeia' taXeii at 
M a Turner. )H7— Fort sir-.-il 



VIOLIN, 
Green 



FLUTE \tiU HARP— MR. DAN 
(Late Sergt. Hololat. and teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Band) and Lon- 
don cuneerta, etc Dealrca pupils, 1065 
Richmond livenile. 



VV 



.TANTED— SCRA.P BRABd. COPPER, 



kinda of. bcHlua and rubber: higheat caali 
pricea paid. Victoria Junk Agency, 16:ii 
Storu street. Phone. 1336. 

NTHiUK-JEWELERY. DIAMONDS. EN 
gravings an^d pictures bought and sold 
Mra- A. A. Aaronaon, 85 Johnaon atreet. 



rROPERTV WANTED 



w 

Col 



."A.N'TI-.i> 

ilose In, 
nisi 



GOt'iD 
apply ai onco 



Bl ILISING LOT 
i'.O. B)W 411. 



YY'ANTJCD-^A -LOT 

V V nue : stall ti. r 
373 Cnlonlst.' , 



or o^< tjvDE.v 

ins: owners only. 



AVB- 
Bus 



W'A.VrWD F<JCR ro FIVE ACRES OF 
VV: bush lanif. ipVisl be cheap: nolghbor- 

il or fordova Bay. 

6*4 .'Vates street. 



hood n-r 
Harman 



('.Old on. iT- 
A- An'tileK 



w 



REMOVAL NOTIUE-^B. C HARDWARE 
Co., Ltd., have removed tbelr farm Im- 
ptcmeiitis. buggies, wagons. etc., tij 73J 
Johnson street, e-ast of Douglas atreet. 

STUIVtP- PULLERS And any TOOLS RB- 
' quired for land clearing, logging etc. 
Free trlai, " Pricea and terma ■apply The Du- 
creist Stump Pi^ller and Topjinanufaclurera, 
466 BurnHJM road. V lctorii^/B>t;. 



AN'rED_TO EXCHANOF ,25 ACRES 
liuproved Saanlch property for Victoria 
property. Phone R3311t, 1020 Htrlton bi . 
Oak Bay. ■^ 

— ....— i — I , ^ ^.,1 — ■ ^. y . _.— , ■ ■ i-.i — ■ I I I mill 

PBdrEBTY f OB 8AJ.E 



REMOVAL "NOTICE— THOMAS CATTBR- 
all, builder and geo»;al contractor, baa 
removed to 9^1 Fort street, above Quadra. 
Tel, (to. «' 



G 



RBBN UOUSBS-^FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 



Portnj 

Pric 
Appl,\ 
phoiif 



SALE-^ll'i ACRES WITH Si'iH 

fe,-i i,f the heat watcr-front^gp oii 

#e Inlet;, -flo ruck; 6 Vn arrrs cleared. 

f.M A few daNs only, tfl.OOO; •» chbIv 

i,)_.l W Br.lni^» Strawberry Vul- 



Ri'i" 



M 



ODKRN ni NCAL(.>\V, I 



I'PER 



FORT 



aav p)ry mints, Hullrting. aif'S /jovir- 
looklng oak Bay Inc4>moi property neaj- 
Douglaa. Apply Owner. 1"19 Dotiglaa; 
Room 1 . .' 1 



0N 



bftoaea In stock and made to order. Jonea,- > tag' 



Capital Carp«nt,er and Jobbing Factory. 1003 
Vaacouvar and Tatea auraat. 

-VOB 4iJUl3>— aittCELJLANEOCS 



HOLLAND AVBNI.E, FIVE ACRF>. 
parllv cleared: good soil: 3-room ,n.- 
Boiui w"ll. a, few fruit 



.E- 



J'OR 

inrse 
dog. prlae wInn 



Ir«OR SA 
horse mower,, sound 



HAI'F 
aouni 
Apply 



. I'lTTER 
bay 'lofB' 
Box :. Ki 



A S.U 

*»ollie 
I 'oloiilat 



Royal Oak. 



VyANTBD TO PUR«.'ftA8B AT ONCB 
VV laylruf hena Ph<jne 21 St. 



U 



VV 

.^ppiy 



r*ANT ED TO *^RcmX»'By 



aelier pup: muat b«. 
'Box 4«» Coloniat." 



A GOgDON 

cheap (or ciiali. 



W'HITB 
VV an I'. 



riiftry 
l-.O, 



ORPINGI'ON 
Wm.-- t'tfok 4 
hatched btrda H. 



COCKRELS FOR 
Sons, slraiti. Feb- 
C. t'onnor, Stiinoy, 



Ti^OR 



SALB~BNOLI«H SETTER PUP- 
aix rnontha' old; LowVn property. 
Enquire on Gorge, E, Carroll, 



Lost AND FOL'MO 



" |.f« ouNi>:u.:-pnf ■<*rnR:' 

-it- -within 
.<l<inag'T4e. 



"»F "NtJT i ui,rA(liBD 
vlll be, ■atJiM, The 

■■!■' '■y-l.: ■.'- ■': 



V' 



,>ST-J' 
turn 



JBUNB A BRO.. SAILMAKEH8. TEl»*r^ 
awnings, camp furniture. Warehouse 
570 Johnson St Phono 795. 

STENCIL AND 8KAL ' ENGRAVlNfi' 

EisEHAL KN-GRAVER AND STENCIL 
Cutter, fi-o. Crowthar. 13 ' Whart at., 
behind Post Offt-<>. 



\ Ml \ M' 



.f( \ \ I I 



Be. SA-\'D & GUA\ EL Co, -FOOT O** 
. Johnson St. Tel. 138X, Washed and 
graded sand; gravel" for . eoifOrelc work. De- 
livered by team or o>^ BCQw'a at Royal Buy. 

BHORTHANJD^ 



SHORTHAND 8CHOOl^-n09 BROAD 8T., 
Victoria. Sliortliand, Typcwrlllng, 
Bookkeeping, Telegraphy tliorouglily laughi. 
Graduates (111 good poisUlons. E. A. Alac-: 
iplllaii. principal. 



,'frnl)8rht 
Colonial. 



' iJ ■ WEKlirt AGO. tiORDo.N' 

pup:*' toinatc. two iiiiiiittia old; 

.r!>. bro>yn on legs and atomanh: 

halrji; Reward. Apply Box 525 



IUS'l'^OK TUBSDAY. 
•^ . ttlifiut 4 Jii n>./ a 



ON OQUOIIi! 
silver nicth 
cohlalning 75c, -Hnward for relU'i-it of 
will Iw paid at the 0(|ik .Bay U'olt'l. 



CAR. 

(Vurart 
auwii 



iSLMlNKSH CHANCES. 



I^IOR 



a i i' iiii . i'ii . ii ' ' ' ' ' , " 

SAlil-i— < rONTENTS 
WHI of rtiomihB holla*,:,' 
;^oloniat, • .• \ 



AN'b . aoob 

UetiirttJ: full. 



\XTANTEDr-WOMAN 
tV, baby and do lljjht housework; 
like her 
Apply «: 

jv'cnIngB: 



to )(« to Kaniloopa for, 
!> Andrew street, c.proer. 
Victoria Wisat. 



TO CARE FOP 

W0UI4 

winter. 

Jamea. 



VV 



;ANTED_.A NURSERY 
Apply .Mrs. "J. 'fi. H. 



Adelaide. Esquimau, 
n a.m. and, 1 p.m. 



OOVBRNK88, 

Mataon. Maunt 

between tl;e hburs at 



rnillRTY MORE SEWING AlACHINB Of- 
JL eratora wanted, electric power ma- 
chlnea. eight boiir day, union wages. B..- 
gliinera taught.' Apply Turner Beeton & Co.. 
factory corner ot Baatiou and Wharf atresia 
Victoria. 



WAN'JilD- DRESSMAKING , APPRENTI- 
cea. Apply Mra Angua. Jed floor 

Spencf r'a ' . ' 

VtrANTEt^— DRBSSMAK 1 NO 

Spencer'f 



rryo rent— comfortably 

A alx roomed home with 
venlencea. ApP'V '-*•" Roae 



FURNISHED 
modern con- 
atreel.. 



LAPYSMITH HOUHK; TEN RtX>M«, 

-furnlahed, IJB month; e.»rner Baden. 
Powell and ViSil avenue, Ladyemllh, "B. C: 



TO^^LI 
Hllli 



BT— i.MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE.- 
latde avenue, cloae to Douglas atcret. 

11. 11. Jonea. Room 2tl. Pronila Block, Oov- 

erti'tiveni .atreet. '. 



lO-FfCOM HOUSE FUR- 
nt J4«,'i Fort Street, for Six 
moniha or one year from Septeihber laL 
Phone 2 4 SO; no— amall children. - ' 

OU8B TO RENT- 1712 DENMAN St! 
10 rootna with all modern convanlenc-' 
t-t. large garden. -with' flow-era and vege- 
tables, l.weiity-foui- fruit Ireea. thirty dollara 
per inonTh or would Icaae for one year. Ap- 
ply, Victoria Tiotel. 



TO RENT— THE 
niatied 






APPRISNT*.!- 



KtTCATIOK» WANTED— MAI.B 



\'XH*>»0 MAN'W'A'NTS any KIND OF 
1 Mifork In evenhijta nfli r '1 T- m Apply 
p. 6. Box 200. Clt). - . ■ •'. 



VOl'NG M.AN -WITH BIGHT YBAR«' 

X (ixp^rlence -in coinmervlal and retail 

photograpiiie h\;aln^»« . (leairea situation. 

Apply 'Hoy 561 Colnnlst _^ 

.1 ti-- 



!<1 V?*-HVANTS STKADY W.ORK ; 
1 Vle»V' .atitio<»»., or 



Q"^ 



BCAVKNfilNO 



STEAM DYB. 

101 

(tarnienta 



\''lCTORIA 

> Fo-' mi'.i: telephone 
rr.a O. ; 

Ei.i;! -V 

p. 



WORKS. 84 4 

717. Ladles' 

cleaned or dyed: 



ft ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 



ri.^KON. 



Kl.EtrrRICAL CON- 



f^- 



L1NSS-— YARDS 
donco 428 Cook 



CLEANED.' RE8I1 
KI. phono 1T90. 



V'-ICTORIA SCAVENGING CO. OFFICIT 
182C, Government' street Phuntt 662._ 
Aahea and rubbish rxmoved. • , -" 



uase on 

Interosl 
nlnT. 



BUYS IS-ROOM,' FURiflTUUE 
bfiniidlng bouse, Trfiili^smitft, IJ; c, 

e year, ren.t only 320. Cor. i-ladcii- 
I'lil l'lr«l rii*fnv»' . I.'^«.l> ui, 11 , 1; I- 



»B.1C ^ 

-liENTLK.\|.\.V ' SVA.'-.'l-:- S'lTUATh^N, 
einpbrni V ««r peimaiicnt: eMpei linu/.l 
bookkc V ■ • -iRiiieas man; hlglteat crcUvn- 
Hals, Coloniat. 

f^OR .-\,.y. LARGE r.FnT5.ROaH »tTX-, 
11156 Riiihmiiiid tvifurttic. 
1061 . Uulioh MH't'gt • 

""' (31 1 

tak' 

(43.tjntfttrii>. 



UN — DOUBLE , BARREL BV HEST 
Bngltah maker. In apl^ndld condition : 
will aell '"heap. Apply Box r/ll c«l.niiBt. 



O^ 



nr^OR SALE- 
X^ aint'' bridle 
nearly new. 



L 



AIN'CH— 20-FT. 3 ',-11 



LADY S HIDE SADDL 
with nicki'l bit', bridle 
■^,pply Box 557 Colonist, 



hool-; »2,000; half 
,Ho.x 154 Colonist, 



tre<«. ni a,' 1 , 
cash and t< r lis An,, 



/lORtJB 



laud, 
AppI 



WATERFRONT— VERY SSifA I . 
lloUsi . ni<elv fiirnlsbed. It,, acres,. 1 
nicelv treed ;' pile.' t3.()00. , Harni.au 
ton. fiSI Vales Slleel 



L 

pi 



OT. A.LDERMAN 

Burlelth ga.tes, J 
ton. r.SI Vatia 



Hi',^Ai', ' •.' 'SI-; 

,0U. Harman & 



CI orOon 



p. 1 



good 
acrp. 



HEAD — WE HAVE -SOJIi: 
I»nd In good poslllona at ' »":i'i' 
Harmon * AppUion. :i3», Vai-» 



ENGl.VE-; ALL 



In good orfler IJiilek sale, ' |3ini. or I 



T7<SWI 

Atibl'toil 



MALT WATERFRONT 

at 13.1100 pir acre. 
31 Vai-a 



4SKA1 
Harman 



Would exchange for real 
ply tSl4 Douglas s't-reet, 



estate; terms, .-X.p- 



PIANO. CHi;,M' 
quick sale Or by 44t?!»lii 
preferred. I'all and InvesllKu e li'i; 
441 Klru;eton .Utre.fi. Jamt-s Bay^ 



EXCELLENT 
rash : 



t^OR SAI.E- 
X ■ properi M 
wtiooiing and 
niBtilei: I '.J 
i-ieared, pat'i 
rouKh. pailiirr- 



-BEAC TIFIL RESIDB-VTIAL 

and Sood farm wiih.eMcelleiii 

lishlJjB; Hio acri'S. Snnienv'.'* 

miles from stnlioh: 5."i aires' 

under iiiltlvallon and |i:ii.t 

J L Herea bearing oi-cliiiril. 



IOR SALE— a 
ton. ji'eavy 
last a IlfetlTOe; will' maki 
.J. S. Elliott. 41i Pioneer 



■F^ 



KI.MBALL Sl'lDRR, PHaF- 
an^l made to order; will 



B low 
Bldg 



price See 
Seattle 

ClOB SALE— OVBR 100 MASQI'ERADE 
+ costumes. eve'r.v costuniji colnpln- , 
.Vpply. Box 531 Colonist office. 



good garden with straw berr4cs. eli.;' eo'n- 
fortable !>.-room house, pretlllv situated o\ , 1- 
looklnc lake on properly, with boat r>;id 
boathoiisi . spring water' laid -Into bona. . 
tWii' bt\rns wltji, horae and —tow alablin-.;. 
plK house. rl\ o_ large poultry houa^s wrii 
granAr.v ortd Incubator hoi/S''. tool hnuai- 
and other nuibulldlng*, .'idd^eaa Ownei. 
LaJievlew Farm. Weajholme. E. A N. Ry. 



TTtOR SALE— OFFERS FOR FORMER 
JT iwrecked . Banheld I'reek lifelDal now 
lying about IqWo intles from city hall. Box 
534 Colonist. - _ , 



-ItOOM ANU 9OARD. 



TBD — MARK-IBD COUl^LE . TO 
rootn and boat;d in private: home^; 
every comfort aiid eontenlenee. . Address' SU» 
Colonist office. 



XX^ANI 
VV p„ 



ROOMS , AND l^OARD IN ALL PAIU'S 
of the, city: no chap«e, Warburton &. 
Co., ,1008 Oovernmeni street, (I'psluira, 1 



BdfARD AND ROOM, 
ton mlbutefl .from 
moderal*. 



FURNI8H15D' 
comfortAble- 



Governmeht 



153 Menslea 
pott A(^ca. 

■ "-'I ,•- 
AND 



atreet. 
Frlc'ea 



ROO.MS A.VD BOARD;— 
honic; best Kngliah cook-' 
trig^ 16'.:i Cluadra atreet. chiae to I^andorit 
atrept car line; five mliuiiek' wailic ll'om 
atretl; ph-jnc L;>:v>. 



X galow. 11 (J w 
A^tily I*"ulrh«r8l. 



li'^LEcTRICfAN SEEKS PQ.'dTUa^I 

1j used lo nil. Iilnery : Willing , to.t«l«':i 



good ,liib: 



-Ily. Hart, 



'FICE M 

.-.'I dollara i,. .. 

bualnciii. Apply 



Box 311 Cob. 



F 



W^'" 



K. 



.IN,-: (a. . H.\ > U I oil >, . Ji \ .A I ;.~^ 
El'-ctrlclans; all kInda of supplies 
iriKi:, iiailona and repairs niiiiipily ' housing, 

■ n 1 No. 10. 



ici U.\, 
of Yates 



'iV'T ST. PHONE 



u NRElfbrSINO 



i.*ej I VV llARF ST 
commission. storHg 



7<OR HALE -THE GOODWILL AND 

cf>nli'nts at a 20rroom board and , lodg-- 
lug 'hoiiae, located within llv nilnnles of 
Hie jidgt iiffli,-; has 11 a'plenrlld eontiiil Inn 
and In iilwaya fully occupied. A apli ndld 
opiHirl uiilly for someone ttr enter tlila line 
of bualiil'*" at a very rcaaonnblc eoit. 
'•— ■ H. C. Latid & Inveainiunt ' Ageficy. ' 



S' 



Cotiilli.Kl 



■ATlli. I'ED HY. YOIFNG AJAR- 

' d i';iiBiisuiiinn; ilfii!: atmuiKnir; env 

HcB 01 wurchouWe; i^'lKitig 111 rfinUe 
n ;;i 11'. rally uaeftil. ^ ApP^X .. **^ ., ^'*^ 



.Spf" 



M AN- WITH IIOOO TO IN'., 
:k, con 
n.iv 4«.l Colonial 



\\'ANTED-BY 

VV vrsi. work, connected with Jtitt --»*!« - 



■■virNi; 



SALE- 



PAYING 

" '^Imcoo 



IUJO.M1NC- 



.',)>' 1 I' ■ 
ol.iTilal, 



\y'VYH STBN' 
iuies poaHliin. 



'■ox 



A,''orN(: 

X work 



KNC.LrSIIMAN 



w 



es moderate. Ph 

K.MI-LOVMENT sBUREAU 

O.V. 1709 GOV'T ST. PHON. 



manufacl m ■ 

Phone ■•■ • 



:ind 




li 



SI I 

LADYS 



will 

i-lt. l-,Hh pO'lrl 



Like »15 int>iftth 
ti.int'rt Bo'x 404 



SiTftASfeft 

tof Steady 

iroftiiitai. 



rent r 
atri-el. 



Vates I 



(lEfjri 

:iiiil not 

Box ii; 



l.L.VSS A,M> (• 



\ /. I V < . 



1^: 

I. a' 
Hlri 



,^VERY DESCRIPTION OF GLASS — 

■ >- sheet prtamatic, ornamental, 

Tbe Melroae Co,, Ltd.. 618 Fort 



<;jTORAaB AN I 
v~ feet Of flO' 

f Ml, ■'■'■:, Yatea. 1 

^ I'EAS AND 

lONKER ^FFEF 
Ltd... Pcmbrok- 

phone 597, 



,ono 



s 



COFinBES 



JPLENDITJ DPENl.NG FOR A ^iOHKU 

iBirlous blacksmith and woodw,. 

ivly built shop will be rei^ti'd to Hi 

raon. For further partlculnis apply 

Dnnicrs; ColWood, 0«k Doll Park. 



-W 



M A r 



, III ED 


MAN 


SHi 


ual oil- any 


Ithtd 


ialn'<»a. 


house 


01' 1 



liKU ' i;v 
ii .':■■' I'l -'>r 



.f 



JH. Tel 

moderate. 



OLLIBS— 75K COURTNEY (LATKHAE) 

! ": < •: Room ana board: lerina 

ilall. 



riMT Tt . i. .,w vuD' an:i> J»p».»Jlg vyiTu 
* ita WarburVoni A -Cai, l*Oi, Ctuvcrn- 



na Warbur^ni 
I»TP«t atreet. 



tJA,VENHl 
k5 atreet, 



UR3T, 617. OOVERNMENI 

cipae parllamei^t , buildings, under 
new niaiing<>m>,-'iit, is place for h'ome com- 
forts, also table boitrd: sure satisfaction; 
wbrth a trial. Phone 3441. 



[."IOR SALE— MOTOR LAUNCH, 



first 
Baj 



THK 
"Gladys." 18 feet long; almost new; In 
elasa condltlbn. Apply caretaker, tJak 
boat hotiae. 



F 



OK SALB---OOOD SAFB 



filing 
niat. 



cabinet |6; 



A^ipiy 



lo 



145: WINDOW 
.•ounter, »10. 
Box 452 Cplp- 



TO tET—FtJRiasrtED BOOMS. 



FRONT. NICK BEDROO.M WITH S.MAI.L 
-alttlng-rooi'n. fire grate and hall, also 
(heerfiil kitchen with pantry. Rent »l«..>n 
Brrx 562 Colonist, ' ■ ' 



u 



w 



,0 YOU WANT A CO.SV HOME. THEN 
aee owner or i;ivti Fcmriti — 'gti ec t. o ff 
Richmond road, n'.'w hoiiae. li-alf acre lot 11 
dcalied. - ^ - 

. I 1 1 ' 1.1 — ■ — * 

*ORTil »t>,0«(l*Hl.'T, WiL^>■■■ .«RLL' TOn 
$6,000 add lef'ms, owing to l(»a\inK 
city, one acre; highly luUlated grouoil 
with spirndld' 6 -room houae. pantry. Iiaih- 
rc>f>m haaement, *'.wd aheda. stabli", . chi' 
km bouse^ all small fruits. 23 fruit trees "in 
full beariTig foses and ornamental trers. 
on i«r line. Apply Box 53.8 Coloniat, 



FOR SALE- 
Vletorla- 



- FORTY-SIX. 
■All- E, & N. 



School ; 

aireet. 



AND tBACHERfl. 

ti. near 
tci'itia mutl crate',' APPU:— I'^JC 



tirruPTKNTS 

O VvRb or without boanrt. near Hie Klsh 



ROOM.^ 

liisii 
Fort 



O. 



IKTS OO- TO TH K 
J modern. Iianalenf 



Nin\'^' 

rooi-nst. 



srLVE>?TER 
7li'. Yates St. 



rpo 
rno 

air. 
Box 



LET Fl'RNISHED ROt>M, PRIVATE 

Ms. modern, now house; breakfast 
1 Tel. R2»,7", A'il Michigan jtrfyet: 

Ll^T^^X^MFOriTABLE R90.M. CLOSE 
to t.iwn. board oplloniO. tci itia modcr- 
Vonng Engllah lady iireferrod. Apply 
4i'l Colonist; ■■ 



MILES, FROM 
Ry,. as a goinvr 
i-onrorn. thoroughly good farfn. "35 acres,; 
brttioin land,' under cuHlvatlon fttid paaliirc. 
ato' k and eonipl. te line of Implementa and 
loola; houB^' ' fijrnlahed or unfarnlshed. FO|r 
lull pan iiii1ara apply Box 503 Colonist, 

|.10U SALE (JR K.XCHANGB FOR V.V.C- 
.1; ant l«ts. »nrw 5-rDoni 1 ',a-8torej-. hYiils. 
with ha'lf aer<» of ground, on Be«elv ai, 
.^hoal bav Prlco $4, 500; torma. C». Man 
nlti'ff. Mundaya Shoe Stole, qovsvamtii t 
atrct't. . ;' ^ 



.K 



HOMKSITRS 



euUlvatinn, 50 
fnini car. Wp 
3. 5. 



FOR, *l 

lot. Und' 

toot, frontage; 3 'a bb" 1 

win di'Ivo you out at 10 



IJARKDAl 
• lonthly. 125 i'aah. ,»200 per 



7 pin. Peinberton & Son., 61 ( 1' 



ROOMS 
ale. 



AND BO.ABD. TER.MH MODER- 
AbKftl -Hotel, XianKley atreet, op- 
poaite court house; ' , • 



WANTED— TO RENT. 



WANTED TO RENT-- FtRNL-^lHEl) 
unfiii'n<ahed atnail ttav or enituge. 



lat.; 
570. 



reasonable. Full ^jartlculT-' 



(.IR 
Oct. 



irtTANl'BD TH-i HBNT 
V V low, fibout five 
and' wife: .Apply liox 



-.MOURIi.N I 

luiiiis, by S' 
iiil Colonist. 



TO ,LKT 
.llgbl 
fli; North 



-FRONT B^DROPM. BLBCTplC 
Lath, aeveit dollttrg per f«ipl*^h,. 

T\-irl> ftrcet 



rpo LEi 
X onl> 
Breal. 
phon' 

PIF 



if 



1 Sll ED ROOMS," ,Mt;DERN 
: ..luites, walk froin town, 
dealrcd, 318 S^ J*ineg #trsc?t. 



.Breakfast 
phnnn 1771 

TV "'■i';,\-r7 NUillT— NfeJW ' 

■ r liirnl.^lied Rooma, With 
nat.i, V 1.', Vatea str.et. 

W'ELL l-CUNIHHED ROO.MS, ALSO 

VV lioiis.'keeplng rooliis to le(; electric 

813-S17 Fort St. 



SVI.VK^^- 

' running 



LOOK AT THIR-^TVVB'.VB .ilUMMri.'i' 
acres. .iMght mllea <>iR, -;>n thrue mam 
^•oed*; it»"i acr<<i cifai'ntl, ,"0-t;iioni hou.i, , 
biirna: l r!c« 155,000; Catl.'' ' ■"- \'"! ■■ ■ - 
properLv |::00 «h aerp, h- 

•'IJ^On SAL,IC=^21R ACRES 111' (..\.VD WITH 
JD rake and a large deposit or limeaioii'i 

' -t; '.18 per cent carbonate of limC' Tlio 

In. Ills on tho K. .& N. railway 

- I." .»!' stalloii and 'near to Saanlch 

Ann .Material been tested by Klago * t:o , 

London. EnHlai-.d. for 0, 

lt>. ii- , ,'1 lilli Hi' r.«i R;1I1I' 



iment, aiiO havo 
.Vpply .1'.' Wrlglea- 
\', Railway. 



h.)C and cold. 



"XfOU 

w 



.Vti 



CtirPLK. '.NO CHILDREN. 
lieully fiiriilah.'ct ll\ .' - or six- 
l.lresa Box r.41 Colonist. 



ilghl; .bath. 

— ST AnT.EY 



i I 



.\'l' 



(iNi'K. 



worobou:. 



1-10 \ 



'PICE .MILLS. 
Victoria. ,'J'cio- 



llMliEB, LANDS. -ETC. 



IT^OB SALE-^L,AUNDRY AND LOT ON 
• Slmcoo slr.<o't, block 29,' lot 20 triangle 
nhape. • Price , $3,700. ■ Apply 1709 fibv't St 

tjTe 



\ 1' 

work 



IIO.N'KSI 



llox 



111 ml 1 
1«n 



"^^l^^ 



A.NI'KD TO RKN I 



■ loiilai. 



I'l LMl'iiliT \ ni.i: 



lug i'uullis. 



i^iKiO!) 

'■""'"! rvoiuB. I 
I close 111 , 
McAndr» - 



R1641 

... ,.1 



AVHNI E, 

Coinforlnbly 

I.Hinl : 1.-1 ""» 



PHON I 
furnished 

111',,,!, illte; 



10 LET 
front 



- I'O-MFORTABLY 
i.Kinis with US" of 



((ulred. 328 Mlchlg.tn- atreet 

jjSuRNmTEiT'RooMa to let, 



IHiRNlSHEU 
kitchen If re- 
James Bay. 



414 



DEVFRKl X E.MPI.OV.MEN 1 

< » KN >arrr"TvmTN c Y 



\\l) 



/ til EM I ST AND 
V . experience Ip 
elieml.'alB and i\r>n:\ 
pnslili.n. Add! 



ASSAY I':R 1.1ft. ; 
1 111- iiiuniifiK'dii 



E- 



AND 



TJRIOR. 

X agrlruitiiral Itnplementa. Corner of 



MARD'WARB 

O. it. CO.— HARDWARE 
tjta. 
.!,;hiia"on and Oovernment Sis. 

rnilB^HlCKMAN 'TYB HARDWARE CO.— 
X Ltd., Iron, steel, hnrdwarfe, cutlery, 30 
and S4 Yates 'svreet. Victoria, B^ C. 

l>rer'^ Y-Z (Wise Tteaar) TM»hire<t«m 

Soup Powder dustctl in the bath, Boflrivt 
"*>e irateraQd (iisujiei;U> 4/ 



I (.APT. C. 



J. BROWNRIGG. TLMBEL 
^J lands, tnlnlng. Office Imperial hotel 
1" O, Box 563, 



TTIO 
• 1. -n 






UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING 



B. 



C. FUNERAL FURNISHING CO.. 10l« 
Gov't St Tel. 2236, 2236 ,2237. 2238. 
J239. Prompt attention. Chas. Hayward, 
Pres. ; A- Hayward. Sec; F. Cnselton, Mgr,, 



J; IIANNA. UNDERTAKER — PAR. 
lora 920 Vales St Gra.luule 1J.~ ,S. 
College of Enibalniliig, Contjaitor to H, M 
I Navy. Ulllce phone 4118, Res, phunu 611. ai 



VV. 



lent <.. 



iR r.\i.:t,j,\l A 
ildren'g nurse. 
• renees ne.-ssary 



A.\ L.M'ERI- 
hlao d.mpc- 



'l A7 ANTED -Ht)i;Sfc PARLOR 
VV also geitrral maids (4|; 



good wugeg lo suit lapablllty, ^ 



MAIDS (31, 
good cooks: 






<i I'l-.i; i'.ii; .\i' I'l 



•ily 



rmRSSMAKING 

'-■;Ry.; _ _^ 
'l^K.riiKi,;. 



HLY 

- -mirse; 
S., eaif 

I ' 



l::. 
good 
of V 



\v,\ ,v'r.s 
Box l4^ 



l^ OOD 
Vjr arty 



r>OSrnON AS MALE 
' gentleman invalid i 
oughly experienced W 
lance no nhleci; phnrte 
aireet, Victoria. B '■ 



I'tlMI'L ■ 
c.ilonlp 




wlUi 



.\.\tl;i ' 

prlv:ll' 



BUSINEHS 
mid phon. 



TS Ti-URNISIIRD 

'■'■>•: perma- 

llox 492 



i;l)— SMALL 



NEAR 



ATTENDANl 
ir otherwise; lUor- 
oiild travel. dlB- 

1995. 4,73 Superior 



BVNtiALOW y, 

about four rooms or. two bi»rt- 

-'■■•i I lo'jina ami kitchen, Untumlthed, Addre»s 
Box .".Oti Colonial. 



E 



,-^NC.LISH.MAN 

or cliLkMi 
olohlat 



FRF IT 



y 



/OUNG 
r.iom 
'Coloniat, 



.MAN DESiRBS FURNISHED 
lii private -houae. Apply Box 372 



in 



L,vDr 
wllhtiut 
iK'ulaia 



Wishes 

hoard > 
lo Box 3.51 



ROOM 

Slate L 

Coloninu 



(WITH 

I' ma aii'J 



OR 
par 



wWarf. 



MBN- 



TO BENT 



^,^^,., STREET, 40x120 

f5 f.ei near Government 

bvilldlim- - owner, Bo.'c Ul. 

t^olftnist' 

^ BAD ill.,- rOR ."^ALB Of.'F THF1 
Burneld.,' road, closo to Portago inlfl 
and proposed line, 17 acrea at »2('0, % anap. 
Holmes, Burnglde greonhouaea. sirawbcr.'y 
Vale. P.O. - 



IV 



S' 



— IMftjRTANT. VALUABLE 
ess poaltlon, aplendlil Ifont with 
28 feet depth; light and air;,': sultabl" for 
barber Bjiop or real estate. Apply "H Vales 
Street., Brunswick P ool Mall, 

-HHXJT — t£lV«— A*?»aS +H«»WVAJCi;D 
land and H-riiom houae. 4H nillflg out, 

for one >ear; r.'iit $15 month. Apply U. 

riruUb. 1212 Broad aireet 



TO LET 
bualnei 



rpo- 



MALL FARM— SOUTH SAANICH, 8H 
miles from Victoria on moln road, 23 
acrea. pretty Six roomed bungalow, recentiT 
painted Inaldo and out'. aprln« nator on 
house, btirns. atables, fivp rlileken hou«»?i, 
JOO fruit tree*. 1,000 atrawbcrrles, Vtlti:h«n. 
garden, all' amall fruits, about alx scr-js In 
oftia and tjcaa and ae.ded down to cbiver 
snd graaa. ■ Cii elilckena. duiks, three Incu- 
bators, broodera, gom! family cow nnd n 
Quantity of farm Inipleinmta, A geniiln* 
going concern. $2,000 take* Immediate poa- 
session. Price $7,000. 10 yeara to pay ttia 
balance- Apply J, K. <::olonlsl office. 



ry\o. RENT— (vroi;nd 

X locotkvn, 2.700 -feet 
.rate rental. Apply P.o 



FLOOR. 

n.wii «i 
I'. 



CENTRAL 

HI,'- iniii'l- 



VETKRINARV HCIIOOLS 



AN FRANCISCO VETERINARY 
lege. Catalogue mailed free. 
Keane. IsiR ^fttrket street. S,K. 



S^ 



COL- 
Dr, 



rpo 



LET- 

to 710 



•ROOMS AND 

Fori alicct, m 



mill r; ,\ri' 
ar Douglas :rt 



Adv^lsrkfTHF"UiS^ 



i 



u 



Saturday, Augutt 27, 1910 



r 



VICTORIA DAILY CQJ.ONIST 



17 





Denial of Frost Rumors Helps 
Recovery of Stocks — Very 
- 3mall Voluine of Business 
forDav 



NEW YORK, Auk. 2fi.— On the 'small- 
est overturn in bu.sinfss this week to- 
day's stock iniirUet in&de a gfiioral r^r. 
covery from the dt'cUnes of' yesterday, 
' when rumors of frost Jn the nbrthwent 
precipitated 11 general sellltiK movement. 
Those rumors were dispelled' today a.t'id 
the decline in corn options, resulted 'in 
a strong recovery. The character of 
the trading, howeverr togethor with Its 
more than ordinary narrow range, ren- 
der KcriouH discussion u^nnecess^ry. 
Busines.s during the noon hour amount- 
ed to 14.()(tO shares. Th© "influential , In- 
terests continued their policy ofHtiae- 
tlvlty. and the manipulation for the 
rise In certain stocks was so obvious 
as io work i ts owiv defeat. 

Americans ral l ied in the London mar- 
ket, and there was later buying here. 
Foreign exchanKe here ruled, easier. In- 
dications point to a small cash galn-for 
the week by the banks in the opera- 
tions witii the sub-treasury, but Inas- 
much as many direct shipments of cur- 
rency have been made to lnteri<y;^olnta 
and Cana0a, the supposed gain- may 
readily be turned into a loss. 

Bank clearings in the aggregate all 
over the country show a continued 
shrinkage, the loss for the week being 
over .20 per cent compared with labt 
year. The decline in' the volume of 
clearitrgs is again chiefly due to the' 
marked falling off in this ci ty, while 
"Tnncago, Plttsburff. Clev©lan3~ Baltl- 
mote, Kan.sas City and San Francisco 
all report increases. 

The bond market was steady. Total 
sal-s, par value. $7,J63;OO0. 

NEW VORK STOCKS. ' 

fFurnished by, F. W. Ktpvenson '& Co.) 
NEW YORK, Aug. 26.— The stock 
market displayed some strengtb with 
•shorts, the principal buyeiHs~ throughout 
the entire session. The .t;act that crop 
news, particularly with, regard to corn 
was isomewhdt. more favorable and the 
action of the grain markets cau'.ited • a 
better feoUng,, but the general ten lency 
seemed to-batrather to even up aen lunt.s 
.than' to make new committments. 

Tomori-ow'.s bank statement Is vt Jt jCX" 
pected to make a flattering exhibit. A 
feeling Of he.sitancy is reported in vari- 
ous commercial ; lines. Poliih-s f nd 
crop news seem likely to influence .the 
«purse of the market but the action of 
the list today, after yesterday a irr-j^u- 
Marlty. Is rather an Inflication of the 
fact that the shoU 'side should not oe 
prpsstrsr^TSn the ./drives. 

— ^..,..««..„..-,^Clo8irg 



Ptock — . 


High. 


Low. 


Bid. 


Allis-Chalmeis . 


— 


... 


™__S ',1, 


Amal. Copper .. 


■■• P4 %^ 


GZ^i 


fi4.Vi 


Am. Car Fdy. 


. . 47& 


■ 41% 


; -48 H 
■6tX 


Am. Cot. OH .. 


. 61 »i 


6t 


.„_ Amer. Ice 






^9 


Amer. Loco. . . 


.. 35% 


34 ti 


o4V.i 


Amer. Smelt. . . 


. 68 H 


ft7.k 


(•8 


do pfd. 






lOiVj 


Amer. Sugar . . . 




' 


lists 


Artier. Tel. 






133 ^j 


' .Amer. Woolen , . 


. -Z'SVi 


28 


28 


Anaconda 


. 40 


o9\4 


3!'\4 


Atlantic Coast . . 






109 


Atchison .... ... 


.. 9S 


!>fl?4 


.97% 


n. and O 


. iU% 


104 


104 


B. R, T. . 


74% 


73^ 


74% 


C. G. C. and S. L 






77 


• C. P.. R. ■ 


. IftO 


189 «6 


190 


C. and O. 


■., 73 W 


72 'A- 


73- 


C. and A 






30 


C. and G. W.~. . . 


23^ 


23 


3Ui 


C. and N. \V. . . 






143 


a M. and St. I». . 


.• 119% 


118 4 


IM^ 


Cent. Lfliather . . . 


.. 33 


32V6 


32 "li 


do pfd .....' 


• . . 


. , 


101 


C. F. and. I 


• . 




29 '.i 


Colorado Sou. . . 






53 


do Is pfd . . . 






71 


Con. Gas ........ 


. 130V4 


123 


130',{i 


J lucking Loai . . . 






4 '4 


Com Products . . . 


• . . 


, , 


13',i 


Dv and H 


• . 




160-% 


D. and R. G. , 


. . 


, . 


29 H 


Distillers 






27 96 


lOrle . i 


. 2-.'., 


24% 


25 


do Is pfd . . . 


. . 




41'f. 


Gt. Nor. Ore , . . . 


. 5.5' 


:,\ 


r.iVj 


Gt. Nor. . pfd . . . 


.. 124V4 


123V6 


121 ',4 


Illinois Cent. ... 


.- ' , • 


^ , 


129 


Xriter-Met. .... . 


■ . . 


, , 


114 


Int. Paper 


. . 


. . 


10% 


Int. Fump ...... 


• . 




39 


Iowa Cent. 


. . . 




16 


L. and N. ..... 






142Vi 


Mackay 







■■85% 


Mexican Cent. . . 


. ;!0!^ 


29 Ti 


3014 


M. S. P.. S. S. M. 


• ^^^^ 


127 ',4 


127% 


M. K. and T. .... 




yi% 


.Missouri Pac. . . . 


. . 524fc 


ri2»i 


52% 
BOW. 




Nevada Cons. .... 


. 20% 


20% 


20% 


-V. Y. Cent. 


. 1,U 


110V4 


110?» 


N. Y. O. and W. . 


. 40 


39 «^ 


40 


N, and W 


. !>6% 


9fi',4 


96 


Northern Pac. . . . 


. 11 4 '/i, 


112% 


113% 


I'acific Mail ... 






26 Vi 


Pennsyl. Ry 


. l-'^''« 


127H 


128 


Peoples Gas .... 






lOS^i 


I're.iKcd Steel . . . 






33% 


, Reading 


. -141 


139% 


\¥)\ 


$tep. steel 




. ; 


30 


Rock Island 


. 30>,i 


30 


20% 


Sloss Steel ..... 


. . ' > 


, , 


B6, 
ll'3 H 


Southern Pac. 


. 113"^ 


112 


South«rn Ry. 


. as 


22% 


23 


T. .S. L. atid W. . .' 


. 22% 


22% 


22 V4 


Twin City . ; ,' 


*. . . '. 


. • 


.107 


Union Pacific ... 


. les'i't 


164«( 


186% 


T^ S. Cast I. Pii>e. 


. . 


. . 


14% 


1 'tah Copper .... 


. 46^4 


45 H 


4S% 


Virginia Chom. . . 


. 'f>7'<j 


nfiM 


57% 


Will. ash 






•1614 


"A •i.t. Union .... 






62 


WcHilnghouse .. . 


. f>S '/ft 


BH4 


M% 


Wisconsin Cent. . 


, . . ^ 


. •■ ,J 


*9 


.Mi.iioy on mil. 


1 hi, por 


cent. 




Total .'i.-ilos, .TM 


.200 Kha 


rvB. 




CHICAGO ORAIN MARKET 


• 


(f-ln-nKl...,! I,-, i 


\'. -.(,.■. 




■ Co. t 


■ • M ^ . ■ ' • 




t 


>r.s in 



I'or la.sh f i oni i-ii.stirii, niillH. Suli'S liow- 
oveT, cnnlinui! .sniiiU and there 1h no ur- 
Kfnl dcnuuul I'lnni any source, forelgii- 
iTS .Still .sho\vlnK K''">''"'il iridll'l'i'iciu'i-, 
I''oii'iKn nuiikiUs ratlu'r .strftiiR. 

W'hrat - I M'l'n. I IIk'Ii I -ow t 'lo.'.^, 

.Ss.pl. '.''.I '4 '.''.''Ss UN ',a li.'^'h 

Die. ■ •. ... 1031)8 10&3i 102% lU3',.t 

-May .... 109 109 lOS^fe lOSV:: 

Corn — 

Sopt .... 60% <il <i"Vi HO '4 

I <.',■ ^,a\ r.s ,.^ ^:< :.v >., 

.\'..i ;, i;iii.j liu'x i.i: ■, iiii ■., 

v)aLs— 7 ■ ^ 

Si'Pt. .'.... :i4% 34% 34% .i'^ 

I >r. . : . , , :.,; U% 36% 36% SUV.: 

.May .i.. ; v39%' :40 ?9.% 39% 

Fork--:. ' ' ■ ■ -X' 

I H't. ......... 20.65 20.72>a0.60 -'>. . 

Jan.' .... ....18.45 l8.{i|- iMS'" ^'*-!'" 

ijurd — .1 ',''-' ■' 

Oct. 11.97 11.97 ' 11.92' ll.dt 

.Inn 10.50 10.55 10.47 10.52 

Short Ribs— ^ . t- 

Oct. --.— vr-;-.-. vHvfr2 11.70 H,«/> 11,65 

Jan. 9.62 -9.67 9.57 9.67 

»- J — 1— ' ' 

Sales on Tanoonver Stock Excltauga. 
40tHr Portland Canal at ■ .33. 
1000 Lasquetl Mines at .09%, 
3000 American Canadian Oil at ,.15. 
1 300 Portland ' Canal ij^t .33%; 500 

Portland Canal at ..■33%:; 

. — !♦- — : _ . 

WIITNIPEO OBAIN OZiOSXI. 

Wheal — (TiVeh. Giose. 

October 103% 103% 

December 101% 101% 

Oats— ^ 

May 40% : 40% 

Oct 38% . 38% 

Dec ;n% 37% 

♦ 

VZOTOSXA STOCK BXCKAIffCI'S. 

(i'^irnlshed by F. W. Steven8<m_&„CO. ) 

Stock — Bid. Asked. 

Alberta Canadian Oil... .08 .10 

Amer.-Canadlan OH ... .15 .15% 

Canadian Northwest Oil . . .17 

Alberta Coal and Coke. .02 .03% 

Diamond Vale C. and C. .07 .14 

International C. and C. .66% .%8 

Nicola Valley C. and C. .. .75 

Royal Collieries 20% 21% 

Western Coal and Coke. 1.41 
B. C. Perm. Loan .....128.00 
Dominion Trust Co. ... 98.00 

Gt. West Perm. a2Jl..M! -Jl2i,00_ 

Pac. Whaling com. ..... 60.00 

Pac. Whaling pfd 85.00 

Stewart Land .19 .26 

S. A. Scrip J 630.00 

Bitter Creek .85 

Glacier Ore^k ; .18 ,. 

Main Reef .31 

0. K. -Fraction .10 

Portland Canal .... .33 .33% 

PoiTtHTTd — Wander .30 — 

Red Cliffs ... . 1.35 

Stewart M. intxt D 3.15 3.60 

Nugget Gold .......... .87 . 

Lasqueti 09% .10% 

Lucky Calumet .03 .05%. 

SnoAVStorm ..... .63 H- -'iS '.a 

Snowshoe ,. .02% :04 

Rambler Cari boo T-r-,^\-. ^J16_: JLI 

Sales* ~ 

100,0-International C. and C. at 66, 
500 Portland' Canal at 34}; 1000 at 
33%; 500 at ■38%. .«« ■ 

_ — » 

' M*t«I Pttcea. 
K'ew .Yoi*k nilven, 52%. London-silver, 
24%. Mexican dollai-a. -44 cents; Con* 
isols. 80 15-16. Accoun.t, 80 IS-l*!"- , 

— '■ • — - — '■ — 

THE LGCAL'iVIARKETS 



Triumph ^oacho« by B. C. shippers wei-e 
too high, could not handle iit pricos 
quoted; stated ho would buy \Vu8hlnK- 
ton. Alberta and tjruwl'onl i)eai-lu'« iil 
fiOc a case In preferoncu for his trade. 
Ho further Htated he could buy Wash- 
ington apple.s four and four and a balf 
ties of different vailellcH at STi conl.'i 
per box, f.o.b. tJolnt of .slilpment. 

1 think prices askoil !)>■ growcr.s and 

bhippers of H. C al picsiint tlnii^ aio 

j 1 '■.laonaldf t'lom |.ii'.-^i iil iimioiIs ..■Vnierl- 

j ran tiido. or until iiootatlon.s aio lowitr 

fioni .'\ OH.'i iiaii iM.iui-, I 

ai.. liflhK Klnlt<.il \>\ 

y W 011,1 ;i(|\ IHC .slllpprr^ t 

i oil I iniro.s a.slu-il, 

I t':u of niixo.l frulls to .Stovkt 

n. JolihorM, li.To. from V'oi hoii, 

iiTU o'l III proi 1 y K'ooil i-oiuli I 1. 01, 

l-.iUii..r ovoi lip'-. U'oiilil n.il 

liippiii).; oiii io,jin;il jMiinrK. pacK- 

r sl;irk. 01 hrj-w i.'-r ■. orv Kood. 

I\ ISO piT-Uin^i; M.'-oi nor ,111. 1 p.c!. 




iiuirUets hero 
conslKiiinouts; 
liol.l lo pros- 

.■01.1 



.M.iills. 
I'.. I' . 
p.-.iclu,. 
■.lainl '- 
.'.I r.Mh. 
Woiihl .1 



TO RULE 
OF GREAT BRITAIN 



llgloUH 



igiouH uharactor or trio J 
4a\o th/i clergy greater 1 
ln-y jjo.s.se.sMod in any oti 



Egyptian Nationalists Have . 
Huge Depot of ' Arnis 'i; 
Readiness for, Insurrection 
— As to Smuggling ' . 



lU'^RT.TX, 



iilK ( I...' ri lo rt vcdd ' !*iil I I Kit; < 
'■■■'\ \\ lien .liandled. ' .--'au i 0. 
.1 1 "o . .ii\d porj,r.S (5n 1 u ':, ma i 



Aug, 26, — Coiiinnentlng >Qri 

ii.'^eciirity of BritiiJh rule 



haractor of the Muorlsli warn 

|)OWtM-.s than 
her Huroiieaii 
eoiiiilry. and Iholr influence was still 
,all-p(HVt'rful. altllouKh moikwIi.iI modi- 
fied, by the rlMC id' llo- --.nil. 11 ios.senil)l.\ 
called tho ("orio-,, \\liicli. liuw.ior left 
the cliureli 1,. .loal with an.\' uoo of 
Keforni.ii ion iiio :ii .Spain hh ^ln- oiiKlit 
IlilnU III, and ilie Imniodiale and remote 
ro--iulls \\ e ,ill Know rho.l'ie, ..ffi f fort-.l 

NO min'h I'l ..111 I he .M . r- loio 1 i; I.- .Oi.l liol 

dl.sc'ernUiK lli.- Iieiii I rolii Llit tiailvues.s, 
tile cinireii w i -lei ornilncd to, prevent 
any Hl(!e mi;.loM,uiie, a" she conceived 
th*: Uoformatton niiKln i.. ("onlont U<- 
live on ,, the past yliivi U.e, PharlHe^/K. 
who atao were oncp the .saviors Df tlie 
p«opIe, ^Ite beeamp hbrH,eir a menace ami 
a burden, and lost to Spain, whi«ph she 
"loved not wisely but too well," the best. 
rellgloua and niuierlul ble^isinga ot I'qur' 
hundred' yearn. All Independence of 
spirit, all IntiBlkictual freedom, were 



I Ml I t II 
1" tOMl- 

t I odaV; 



c*iuo In by c.xpres.'. from Winnipeg; b"»r .- He asserts that, he has been iiiVl 



Bran, per, 100 
ShortB. per- 100 
MlddllnKl. per 
OaTsr per loo 



recdstuRa. 

Ib». '. 

Ibi 

luu lbs. . . .. 
lbs. 



»*«««*«»1»«'' 



lb. 



Keed Wneat, per 100 fb*. .. 
t'rmhfd Oali. pivr 100 I b». ., 
Barley, per iOO Ibi ....". . . . 
Cruahed Barley, per 100 Ibi. 
Chop F»ed. pvr 100 lbs. .. 
Whole-CcrHif'per 100 lbs. .. 
crocked Corn, per 100 Iba. 
feed, oornTni.'al. per 100 lbs. 
Hay, Fracer Kiver, per ton 
Hay. praUle ............ . , 

Fri-»h lalaotl, per dozen .... 
Easicni ^KKs, 'per dosea .. 

Ckeeae — 
CanHUIaa, per lb. 
N'eutchatel. each 
Cream, local, eautk ..;.«... 

Butter — 

Alberta,, per lb 

Beat X>tklr> ^. 

Victoria Creamery, par iBw 
CowlcJian < "rr«m«ry, per lb 
Comox Creamery, per lb. . 
Salt springy la. Creamery. 

Flour. 

Royal HouaVhold, a bag 

Uakp. of the Woods, a bag .... 
Itoyal .StandarU. a box ....... 

Wild Roae, P'^r aack 

Robin Hood, per aack 

Calgary, a bag 

Snuwtlake, a bag 

Uriried Snow, per aack 

, ThriJtn Star, per dark 

Mutfet'a Beat, pc-r bag. 

Beef, per n> <...<• 

Mutton, per lb. ......>.»..,.» 

Mutton, Auatrallap ...•....•. 

Veal, dressed, per lb ........ 

Qeeae, dreBS«d. per Ilk. ...... 

Ctolckens, per lb. .,,..;....;. 

Chlck<-nB, p<T lb, live weight. 
Uucka, Uressed. per lb.. ...... 

Hams, per lu. . ■. 

fork 

Pluraa,. Iflical, per basket 

Peaches, per box 

Grapes (C'al, ) p^^r baaket.. .. 

I'eara (Cal. i per baox 

Applea (Cal.i per box .• 

Applvs tloc'dll per box 

[Ontona,. «.. lbs. 

<.;aullflbwj'r, each 

Hb iMB., 4aMe, per lb. .i,,...,^ 
I Lemons, per doscu^..^ ......... 

I Oranges, Naval .........;.. 

bansnaa ^ 

2 Iba. ;.......,. 

fcox ■ 

(Cal.) ..^ *..«.«.. 
(rioiHda) ....,; 
'" "' ■Vegecaoin*. 

Onions, « n>a tor 
Beets, per lb ....,.., 

Carrots, per lb , 

Dniona (Australian) 3 lbs. .. 
Tomatoes (KlorMa>, p-r fb.. 
Artlch<ik'<;B, (Ulobe)i eact>...« 
Aetlobokea, Jeruaaian, !)!>>..•*•. 
faraluy. per bancb -'. ......a.^^^ 

Celery, per bUDOb ...4. ...... 

CucninbtTB . , . . .... , . ..^ij^ . «..«. 

New I'Ql atPe|i._.8..Jhll.,„. »,..., . .,- 
Cauliflower, each ,,<;,....«..«..»•. 

c«^bage, new. per^^b...«..,t. 
I<C.ittoe. • haaci <<i<.>..«..i>* 



1.40 

iTSir 

1.70 
1.66 
li.10 
l.Ti 
1.50 
l.«« 
1-CO 

I a 

1.90 

i.»o 
ii;00®as.oo 

1>.00 

.45 
.35 



.It 

.It 
,lt 

.» 

.no 1* 
.a 

.«* 

.40 

.46 



I 2.00 

3.O0 
2.00 
2.05 
1-9S 
l.»0 
' l.»5 

1.7S 
l.H 
1.8S 

.OSO.St 
. .16«^.30 

.:fitf.2o 

.16W-Z« 

.sso.at 

.liHw 1< 
.lWO.» 

.!<<(#. 2( 

.it0.2« 

26<».36 

1.36 

.eO^fi.TG 

2.60 

2.6J1I 

J.50®ZrOO 

..36 

.&#.10 



Green I'caa, 
Apple's, per 
Grape Fruit, 
Grape' Fruit, 



....... «. W'« 



' .30 

.too. to 

■ 8t«.40 

.as 

t.tb«'36a . 

,160.13 H 

- - . 1 ■ 



.31 
...tt 

.93 

- .3« 

.31 

.10 
i 

.tt 
.1« 

.100.16 
.36 

.«« 



FRUIT MARKET LETTER 



the !( . ■ , , , 

Hlnii'i' ' ' 
iToak.s I '• 

devell.ip<*d 

II,. liemaiid 

1 -I i lul May 

line weather In L.ho noitlnvi.ia wcjc llie 

)ii-incli)al featur<.». Cash premlumH were 

linn a«id there wa« lltil>. i.eit.i ,ii i t 



The lale.st 


report 


reeplv«jd at 


the 


de- 


partm,ent of 


riKrlci 


Iture 


from 


Hri 


llHh 


ColumWa'K n 


,,rh..t , 


•omm 


SHloner 


to 


the 


prairie prnv 




leai-fl 


date 


of 


the 


%ilid Instiiiii, 


.1 ' 


1 n t :i i r 


1^ til o,. 


1. V 


, 1 ,,- 


able Inforniii 


llVoi, f 










;oi f,,ll,.u ^- 


.'\ ! ' ! ! . 


'. ■ ' I 


.1. .\1 
r.M 1 


"■rl 


1, 



eviiloutly come in b.v fndghl In ciir 
|.pads to Winnipeg, and were being- dla- 
trlbuted from there to jobbers here and 
elsewhere. W'en^ Helling;, retailers, ' 1 1 
iiuurt basket. $1.50, pears, 11 quart bas- 
ket. $1.25; pears Bmair and • of. poor 
k^juality; tomuloea- jfood size Andltjuallty. 
The JOxpresa agent here reports black- 
berries apd plums' coming in from B. C. 
by e.\pre.«s, but In limited (juantitles to 
date, arrlvfnjf In, excellent condition. A 
few cherries from Victoria still coming 
in; stock very good and commandlhsr 
niglr prlco.s. Retailers here report short 
Mupply of all small fruit this season, and 
at present tlni^ are not able to get an 
adequate supply of blackberries to meet 
the requirements of tlie trade. 

Moose JaVt-, Auif. 16. — A car of v ege- 
tablOB mainly from Vernon, U. C., lor tho 
Vernon Fruit Co. here, shipped 6n the 
8th, arrived on the 12th, foiir days In 
transit; cucumbers, cabbage and toma- 
toes arrived in poor condition. I under- 
stood manager to state car had not been 
shipped under Ice. I think It is a great 
mistake on the part of shippers to at- 
tempt shipEi_ngr__without icing at this 
seasoti of the year. Heat is generated 
by fresh fruit and vegetables In car, In 
additi on to the high tfemperaturo at thl.^ 
season of the year, and they could not 
possibly hold up long unless arrested by 
refrigeration. A car of mixed fruits 
from Vernon, B. C. to the Rex rruit Co. 
here arrived }n good condition, with the 
exception of cucumbers , which were over 
ripe. All cucumbers I Imve seen from 
B. C. thi« season have beep over ripe. 
There is absolutely no sale for tbein 
When the yarrlve In this condition. 

Swi ft. Current. Aug^ 17. — Express, 
agent Tiere l-eports blackl)errles"an'<r~«6mc 
large fruits coming from B. C, but in 
limited quantities, arriving in excellent 
condition. Dealers report the same* A 
car of Ameirlcan mixed fruit arrived here 
on the 15th from the. Bex Fruit Co., 
Moose "Jaw, for dealers here, but a con- 
sldeJ-able part was distributed East and 
\Ve;*t on th« main line to dealers at 
smaller points. Notice of another' car 
had been received by retailers coming 
from Stockto n and M oll Ison. Regtna, of 
mixed fruits from Vernon, B. C, and no 
doubt niore or less. of this car will be dis- 
tributed to other points along the main 
line Ea^t' and West. 

Medicine Hat, Aug. 1*. — Express 
agent arid, dealers here report consider- 
able quantities of blackberries and large 
fruits coming "-Wifbaeoyjress from B. C. by 
express to this point, arriving In good 
condition. ,I_8aw a shipment of green 
gagea from Mission, B. C, w-hlcb came 
III by express; stock •ft-as of good .quality 
and fairly well packed, a Utlla slaclc 
Would adv.tse packing tighter. to prevent 
shifting and destroying the finished ap- 
pearartce of- the pack on opening box 
and also, better weight in ■ packages, 
which is the general complaint, against 
our |>aoklnii|; short weight in comparison 
with the American produQt. Thwrfe is a 
very large quantify of fruit sold and 
consumed In 'this town for the popula- 
tion. It is also a distributing point; one 
regular Jobbing house Is located here. F. 

G. Lynd and Co.. Tho Macl'herson 

Fioilt X.'o. have a large basement for 
storage purposes here, from which they 
make delivery two or three times a w<3ck 
The following priced are quoted retailers 
by jobbef-a here: 

Wai^hlngton crabs, Transcendanta 

and Whilneys, per case. .'. . .' I 2.!.'f> 

Ditto plums, Hradsliaw, per CRSe..|l,3C> 



'Ji 1..;, ,'■ 
traveller, 
ment In 



, ■!■. A 
nuiylo.'s 



Borger, an Orlentui I, niartyred or driven from the land. 



tlu 



a renmrkuble Mltilt;- 
Tui'|;lk'h Ratulschuii,'* 



formotj Ijy an English • resident In 
Egyi»t that in case of an insurrection 
tho li!gyi>tiun hallves wouldi be armed 
with plenty of themoat inodJHrn weap- 
o:i.s, there being over 40,000 English, 
repeating ril'lea . with amnuinitlou, 
burled in ^certaiH neighborhood. 

These weapons have been sniUggle'd 
into the country despite the watch- 
fulness of the British cruisera. 
Whenever a »hlp",ladt\n with arms and 
ammunition Is caught the captain' 
sliiiply declares that they ar* des- 
tined for Abyslnia, and British offi- 
cers ure unable to prevent the . ship' 
Iiroceeding. 

The British authorities, l >f. iiergor 
declijros, have. made the most strcji- 
uous efforts to locate the hidden de- 
l>ot, hut no native has been, found 
willing to betray the insurrectionist 
cause, 

The fact, Mr. Berger states, lias 
been confirmed to him personally by 
British officers In Egypt. 



wi ?mhm 



That was one of- the caiuies ot the de- 
cline and fal| of Spain. Tei, another 
capse was the ^jithless barbarity nii<l 
fronzlod lust of the nion who extended 
tlie; colonial dominions pf Spain. At one 
lime her poimant floated almost unchiil- 
langed. On/ the high seas. Spaniards 
discovered and seized. the Indies of the 
West, professing to Chrlstlanlz*?' 
them; but both at honio and abroad 
the opportunity for . gaining worldly 
wealth and worldly power, first corrupt- 
ed, then' hardened, and lastly brutalized 
the soi)l of Spain, and the story of her 
greed and cruelty is written Marge Iti 
blood. The massacres of Cortez ami 
Piearro pale the cheok n» we read thein. 
De Sotf ' on the. principle, wo suppo.se. 
that dead men tell no tales, burnt hl.s 
Indian jfuidea wlien he needed thpm no 
longer. Vasco Nunez would pray to the 
Virgin on the mountains of Darlen. mid 
then go down Into the valleys to luml 
the peace loving aagiques who had done, 
him no harm, and fling their writhing 
bodies to l\is. bloodhounds. And ever ho 
much more to the same effect. King 
and church -winked at these terrible en- 
ormltfes. and shared" the plunder with 
the blood-thirsty pirates. 

As was Inevitable, awful retribution 
fell. Steadily, disaster followed disas- 
ter, humiliation followed humlllatlcm. 
And the fateful hour came when, from 
her proud eminence and desecrated 
jM-lvlloge, Spain was cast down, van- 
quished, -self-degraded, with her pride 
trailing in the dust. Today she hold.s 
not a foot of her once world-wide pos- 
sa.<tsion8. But a new Spain, If the 
signs are not misleading, will rise from 
the ashes of the old. Apparently the 
throi's trt a new tdrth are upon her Her 
thinkers and stute'bmen are beginning 
to undcrstg.nd the real causes of her 
backwardness and Ipw estate, a sure 
gleam of the better coranrgTlay. • And 
not tho least promising hiirhlnger Is the 
prospect of a free church, resci;<-<l from 
foreign control and obscurantist • theol- 
-a».y- and p o lity. .King Alfonso arid Pre- 
mier Canaleja.s i|^y well pray and walk 
rnvcsTASJTivnPT !■• Xoe ■.■— Th^ warily; They hold in their handfj the 
»«h ^f n pltrWci 1 e-novcli^ar iid. f"'^--*^ "' «»"i'"' though sadly exhaust- 
! .'' I ,r Ml^r. H,^»« •■ ^kZ '''• »'>■ "•'^ ^««t'' "f natural resource-*, the 

vising all the Metrupolituns , ot tb« ,.^,,„i,.y j^ ^y nature one of thr, loveliest 
Orthodox churth .of the proposed na- j „„,j ,„„j,j fav.ored on the fa.-o of the 
tional assembly, ^a iMiblished today, j „a,.ih. Racially, the SiJaplards are 
Thu document, whkh is throughout j among the most interesting of peoples, a- 
cpuched in veheonenl language, de- ; blend of Iberian, VfiU. Roman, I rank 
ciareS that thy equality — trt^mlsed j and Goth, with a wllgjjt Arab admixture, 
under th«' Constitutional regime in|<}iven stable, goverriment. peace, oduca- 
Turkey, has prxived to be a« — empty j tional and religious freedom, a greater 
phrase, while liberty jla so iutcri)reted blo^Hing thab tl»cy have «ver known, inuy 
and appll?d as t o i >v mor e intolerable well await them. 

than tKe oppression uf absolution. I ■ ^♦— :: r— • 

The State Is rult'tf l>y an lnvi.sli)it- 
power, the aim of which' is tlie an- 
nihilation of all religions and of the 



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BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, LTD. 

Stock and Bond Brokers. 

1123 Government Street, Victoria, B.C. 



I'hon^'H 2470, and :i471. 



univer;sity site 

Values will jump immediately this is announced 



- Ill nil parts oL — the, city-. 
!i 111 arid see us. We. have 



a $1,500 «Jici.. ifft-fiell 4Uring 



W. can offer ii selecn oi <■( oie :i|. h 
wliioli oaiinot .1)0 hoiit-en in \ i' I'lii • 
s(.)tne excellent Investments. 

.Linden, rtVFmio. neur Dallns. i'.o\ o..\\ u 
the season- fOr $2,000. . .r ,- , 

Oak 'Bay. X<-t*-uko at 3:1. '^'I'l. will noi you. '|6Qu .pet-^acre. 'within 
90 days.- ■ X '. ,■■■''■.."',"■..• } 

.We have I. \.is .iir;oto>e ii-ii.-i mvi Davie- s.tre«t,' ■poBseBSlon 'Of 
which can be given inuneUiHl(;ly. Price $4,700s ■' . 

Buy in i<"ort .St/eot, nonr noiiglu's, at *75I.K per fO-Ot. 
■ Wo have 1;-wo piere.s of ;i< loine, :ilrea,dy Biibdlylded, which vyill net, 
$1,'500 per acrB.,...---- -"' ; ' ,' . -" ' 

Fort George, Ne;M tin- tnun j;. Vou 'can m,ake no mista^se In 
buying thi8\half seeiim i^r .f 1:, 1 : •ere.,:: : • •;,, ,, , . ', ■, 



COLD STORAGE 



mimm 



mm 



Claims PresentH>?tv - Turkish 
Government is More Inimi- 

"'^cal to Greek Faim Tlian Was; 
the Old 



, COLO SlOi 





_ Victoria, B. C. . .. ' . 

Goods received at oil Iiours. Expert attention 
given. Consignments solicited 



Telephone 2282 



P. O. Box 875. 



Phone 2456. 



P. O. Box 793. 



My Aim is to Make 
Money lor My Clients 

I have studied the New York. 
Montreal and local lists and 
shall be pleaaed~ to ad vise you 
accordingly, free of charge. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association, ' 

Room 16, IVIahon Block, 



Phono 2358. 



1122 Govt. St 



Gldham & Matterson 



BROKERS 



Now Is the time to buy 

SOOKE OIL 
SHARES 

Call on us for particulars 



Office to r.*t. 






STEWART 



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Recri/lts f<fr Canadian Navy 
IjySDOS, AiiRUHt 26.~r-<:<>rnni,iiMi..i/ 



Ditto, plums. Abundance', per case ..1.1.50 

Ditto appleH, i>er case. ......' .$3.25 

Ditto peaches.Triuniph.'. pt-r case ..$1.25, 
Ditto pears, Bartlett, per case '....'$3.00 
B. C. blackberries,' per cas«. 2|5 bas- 
kets ,.»2.35 to $2.73 

Maple Creek. A'ur-. .20, 1910. — Kxprcss 
agent reports considerable quantities of 
blackberries, some cherries and large 
fruits srriving at thin point, from B.-C, 
for l-elalkTH here, all coming in excellent 
condition; dealers report .the sume. Re- 
tailors state iHter on obtaining carloads 
of mixed fruits, apples, crabs, pears and 
prunes. They report demand good for 
ail varieties of friilts. The short crop 
does n'ol appear to affect the trade or 
l'e.>)8on the demand to datel , I saw cher- 
ries from Victoria and blackberries from 
Hammond, B. C. t'rult was fresh, pack- 
ngea well filled, and in excellent condi- 
tion generally. . ■ " 

To Summarlze:-T-Ontarlo fruit crop re- 
ports from variQus sources still Oontlnuc 
below medium, apples small and of poor 
qua'llty. No/th Yakima reports Blberta 
Iiteuches dropping to the extent of fifty 
per cent; Craw fords, for sOme cause not 
known at present have stopped growing, 
fully fifty per cent, will not ho plcktid, 
being under size. Prices for pears ruling 
hlghar. 

While the present utter fal.lure of all 
native wild fruits In thesi^™ provinces, 
which grow In great abundance and are 
put up f(nd used to a great eictept 'liy 
consumej^s generally, will have the ten- 
dency to .increase tho demand for' other 
fruits,, at the sarfie time, I would advise 
growers and shippers to push sales with 
/obbers and retailors everywhere In 
these, provinces, especially Jn. Alberta 
and .Saskatchewan, and not lie back ex- 
pecting dealers to come to yOu. Tne 
crop Is abundant enough to . rcquiro- 
pushlng sales energotically and the 
Rrowers and shippers who do so will 
find It to their, advantage and benefit. 
I wo*uld also advise picking peaches 
greener and packing closer, "the apples 
sent have been of good , size and Clean, 
but off color .for grade, but^ there should 
he no trouble on Uiat point' from this 
date on. Attend to all the details of 
shipping and push sales vigorously; fUi 
all orders promptly on date reouired, if 
possible to do so. -^ ■ 

(8igf«-ed ) .11' MKTc.'\ Lfic, 
s Commissioner. 




"Manitoba l^ioneer Dies 

\VI.\MPE<"., .Man.. Aug.. 26. -l>Kin.ld 
Grant, a wealthy pioneer of Hlgii. 
Bluff, ^lnnitoba, died yesterday at the 
age of R«. A son, Hugh, lives Jn Vic- 
toria. Mr. Grant was the; last of live 



to enfeeble "Hw-Uutot'lilhorii)U» Chrl.vt- 
lan population, Mustsulman SfttkT.s 
havte been estaull.shed in cirrunistan- 
ces Involving numerous act.'* of in- 
justice to Christians The linnieni- 
orljEi.1 eccieslastlcal and' scliolaristlc 
privileges, of llit- Orthodu.x "I'hurch 

have, been \ov»rridii:j undtr tlic^ formsi : Btiuulj' hrothersi four of whom farnjed 
of the. law \if oonstltullonallsrti. A i in MtWijloba* * ' 

Mussulman \rf^l.stir arrogates lo .h.lm- ' • --* — 

self the right nt adjudicating differ- o Down' bv Enaln. 

ences of an ossiHUlally religious and "H" "o^" *>y tnfl'n* 

dogmatic charactihr. In face of this; i A-Vt'oUVICR. AUg. 26.— L'. J. 
jirosecution, the pWlarchate desires Brooks, a logger, who had been living 
to take fuun.*!*'! wltb. ropn;»ontallves, «' th« .Manjuam hotel, was run down 

and' killed by a C. P, R. yard engine 



^ . Actions speak louder than words. , Stewart has I 

now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES 

are steadily advancing, as the development of the 

country^progresses. At present prices, lot§ in Stew- 

l art City are a splendid investment. 

: """ Stewart land Co., ltd. I 

I ■ ■ i 

i Offices 9, 10, II Board of Trade Building, Victoria, t 

♦ »>♦ ♦ • ♦♦♦♦♦ ' >»«*»<|»«»»» »»»♦♦«>>»«*♦♦•♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ' ♦♦♦4«»»>»« 



of all the Hl.shwprlcs ^f the «,)K<Mim 
cnical Throne In a nati<»t)al assembly, 
wliicii la hereby summoned. 

. Profound innprassid'n 

Tho encyclical has jirf>duced\a pro- 
f<nind hnpression. t?ommehtlng''on It, 
the "Tanln" says that the PatriarcJi, 
In. descending l.ito the arena of polit- 
ics, exposes himself tb the dangers of 
that arena; By employing 'language 
mortf suitable to a revolutlonarj com- 
mltte'e than to the head of a greatt 
church, he degrades his own office, 
and must Incur gene,ral repro >ation. 
The journal cxiircsse^ confidenc e' that 
the good sense of 'iHS Greek coni- 
patriots will enable them to aVold the 
dangers that smh language from such 
a qiiartcr might too. easily invfilve. 

THE C RISIS 11^ SP AIN 

What ftiat Kingdom Ow«s to the 

Church and tHa Reason for the 

Seoaration 



Ue>4lnu, 
rnnniiKer, 

i.di-.^ Ihi •■ 



i' iiUure, 



. ' i !■■ :.'.iM.| iM r.-poft 1 

.\uK. l."j.— in HpcaklnK with 
MacPherson Fruit Co., Job- 

ii. .'-inti-il nrleeffTlBkod fur 



OTTAWA,' August 26.— A rPtiort Is 
•'xpectod to be ready for tho forthcom- 
hur HeH.slon on the ciHt of the iiT-oJeeti^d 

new \)[i-i-r 111' iJli. \\'i-ll,M,,l <Mi:.ii. A de- 
i...fi III. :.;.,• ■,i:,iv ..r f . ... ,..., i-..,,,s jviul 

Mg ,<>iur- 

. purtlcu- 

• i|n:illl\- ■,( 

'".1 ( !■ .iiliices 

.$50,000,1' iildpro- 

"^t wat' ! pointed 

also he 

■ ■ ■ ■ .■•;"..:,,. I ,:iwrence 

canulM lo make theiii eorrespund. If 
the new one were built, the present 
Wellaiid oanivi would be reauired for 
thrnugli trMfTlc till tiio.se on the St. 
Law Kjiieo wi-'re cliaiiged. 



about 7 o'eioi'k VVeflnesday evening as 
he >ya8 crossing the tracks between 
Powell and Alexttnyer streets. De- 
I cased" and a comiianlon stepped out 
of their itotel, and were -crossing tlie 
track without paV'ing noticed the' en- 
gine's tM'proach. I jtrojaks"^ l)ody was 
badly ^ mangled. • ills "citmippfilon was 
lut escaped xvltti some bruises. 



stru 



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Olp-aga Penai.oht Rejected 

GENt-IVA,, AU^. 2Q. — Tho ()ld-age 
Pensions Act ^which was passed by 
the Council of Geneva by a large ma- 
jority, has been rejected by tho pub- 
lic on a referendum being taken by 
9.016 votes to 2.42". 



mmn tklist co., ld, 

Capital and Reserves - $i, 100,060 

TEMPORARY OFFICE: / 

loox LANGLEY STREET, VICTORIA, B.C. 



This company is prepared to act asTransfer Agent and 
Registrar, counter. signing and certifying the issues of Stocks 
and Bonds of Mining and f)ther companies. Sliareluoldcrs. are 
thus protected agajnst > \ ■ issiil- through, error and valid 
scrip is assured. . ' 

• For terms, apply to : A. E. Plummer, Manager. -""'^^ . 



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Spain ■was once prosperotis and, power- 
ful, th^ dictator of .the fortune's, of 
Western .Europe and TOlatre.>)8 of the 
seas and Of the .Spanish main, as South 
America was CRll<,;d. Her decline dates 
from the dark Tiour. when. "In the KeiiUh 
of-''+Tt»r wealth and power,' she misread 
the lessons of the p«»t» Ignored the 
duties of toleration, and justlct>, and 
closed the door« to new ideas, says the 
Montreal "Witness. In Til "A Moorish 
(Moslem) army .rro'ssed the »tralt.>( 
Gibraltar, and In a short time con<iuor« 
nearly the wh-olt>^^f»f^ th e p e n li»Ht>4.tv To ■ 
this invasion, It -was the Clyirch, ' then 
the centre around which the whole of so- !/ 
clety really moved, that offered the J 
stoutest roftlBtancc. stirring, up the rul- 
ers xmd the people, not ceasing, for 700 
years, until In 1492 the last of the Moors 
were driven- out of (T'renada, their ultim- 
ate retreat, by Ferdinand and isabclla. 
This great' struggle for freedom has j 
hardly, if at all, a paralter Jn the annkis i 
Of man. And to the Church all credit 
must he given for so 'exceptional an 
achleyoniont. The terrific, protractoi). 
exiiaustlng conflict was, it, »nust bV n 
inltted. not exactly betVecn - ITjrlit nj*<l 
(Inrkness. trj many Ways OhrlHtonvWiii 
owed prtVgre'i.j and. cuiture 16 this ^\i'||ln 
Ish InviiHlon/ and the/ new i-ondii 
Hoon r«j,vealed themselves less Iblcl'nni 
ihnn the old. No s<'K'in<»r was the con 
flict with the Mahomniedans en^de.d./tlmu 
another ilangor to "flic, faif'l)" af>|)j(!a4»ctl,/{ 
this time In .the .North. . ; 

I.,tithcr' and the Uefornur 
.Spfinlsh lipirnrcli,\' hm h"i< 
liiileul ami nnde.Mlrahlc. 

>,ri'H.i ■■: 1 r f (•.. iii.w ,f:i: : 



Stockbrokoi-fi anil Financial Agents, 
V'asjlconver. 

Dealers in aovernm^nt. MUnlcl^ali,, 
Railway. Trust ajid other debentures. 

Stocks on I-ondon. Njw Yw.k. Mon- 
treal arid Torontiil Exchanges bought and 
sold on' Commission. 

MINING SHAnES 

Funds Invested fOr CITenta on Mort» 

gages and Real Estatb, 



^^=A SiNAF!— — 

FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

This property was bcing^Jicld at $1,400 per acre. Now of- 
fered for a quick sale at 

$11 00 -PER ACRE— $1100 

. ' ... ^v 

N. B. MAYSMITH & Company, Ltd. 



Phono 1500. 



M;ition tfiiilillne- 



STE'WA&T, n. C. PO&TXiAlT2> 

OAITAZ. AITB THE ZTAAS 

BXVEK. 

'* 15,000 aoVes of land In the'Ma»B 
\ alley, rnnndian Northern Rail- 
way,^ now have sui-veyors in ,this 
territory^ Mining projperty listed,, 
reports hy resjionslble engineers. 
Investments niado. Inforrnstlon to 
Investors. Correspondence sollclt- 
od. IteferfenceH Canitdlan Bank' of 
, Cv)mmercii>. . - 




arry 



Steiirart, B 







CO. 



STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

. Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



't 



16 Mahon BIdg. 



1114 Government Street 



Wanted 



InfJ Coal and Coke. 
Royal. Collieries 
racific Whaling com. 
I'acific Whaling pfd. 



,x 



For Sale 

Am. TelegraphonB 
L'anadiah Marconi 
Granby Cons. Mining" 
Victoria Phoenix lirewing. 



j. ii r)nr ii|il ml ii 



PORTLAND 
CANAL bTOCKS 



Private Wires to. Chicago, JSIew York, Boston, Montrcnl 



BOUanT AND ■Ol.i) 
COMMISSION 



on 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



>[m! II, 

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1.1. 

nil«« of 
world. 



n UirK«*r liberty jtiid ,Uft< in 
Hcnrc Torf]iiemndii and thi 



l.'UCI' Wrjik lit t' 



I : 1 . 1 1 1 i -. i 1 i 1 1 1 i 



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Vts- 



I D. MacLachIa 



irlck bli!! 
I lid ('lP< 1 



Moiiihi'r \ 1 ' 

Ah • . 

Hoard of 'i 
I'll.. I. 



iiuiins. 



2108. 



J 



i a 

I ■' '' , jii I Mil m.'ig' 

• or Messrs. 

.^1 nil on Douglas 

invited up to noon 

. t juth. 1910. 

any tender not neees- 



iiv'.'.'pi '-''I. 



I ma and specjfication.s may bo .^ii-n 

ii,,,; Oi'riCf! of 

U. a. GKII'-I.^ITtr. Arrlilf".'!. 

AOOfi Uovernnuiu St. 



Coniiinnles Winding ITp Act, 1898. 

NOTICE 

t"tn,-\i meeting pursuant to Section 39 
to bo holrl at tho office of J. G. Elliott 
on tho 23Rd day of August at tho houp 
of 3 )). m. to rcoflvn rtniort and pa.«<M 
account of l.,lqutdator of tho fcituart 
KobertMOn Coiripnny. i.liiiiitf'd. 

A. STUART llOBERTKON. 

LlQuldator. 
Dated nt Victoria, B. C, thl« 2lst da/ 
ol July, 1010. 






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VIC1\)RIA DAILY COLONJST 



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Saturday, August 27, 1910 



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CITY OF VICTORIA 

A complete li^t of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to tim?, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



A BY-LAW 



To aathorlEa the •nterlngr Into an agree- 
ment with the British Columbia Tele- 
phone Cunipauy, i:.luilt«d, conoemlug' 
the removal of telephoueSoiolea and 
overhead wires from certffW etreete, 
and to raiee the »um of $100^000.00 ou 
debenturen for the purpoees therein 
set forth. 



_ A\'in;iLIJA,S tlio Corporation of tlio 
Qlty ol' Victoria liiis urraiTgod an agrt'e- 
mcnt with'Uio JirlUsh Coliiinbia T^'le- 
[ilioiio Coiiipuny, which luraiigcinent la 
Hol t'ortli In WW aKroomont HDuroVoiJ by 
the (..'ouiicll luul ext'ciittHl by Ihe Co.ni- 
P'lny, iind which said asrcenieni Is In 
W\f words uiul J'lKurt.'K.follU'WiijK: 

THIS INDKNTUlUO made In duplicate 
tlilB ninth dn\- of AnKiwl. In Ihc year of 
Our LonI -I,.- 1.^1.:,' r . r Ired and 

ten. 

BKTVV]';t:.\: 

TIIK COltPORATIOX OF THE CITY 

Ol'' victoria: -.. ^--^ 

(Hereinafter called the CtTY) 

of the First Part. 
— and — 
BUITISH COIAIMBIA TELEPHONE 

COMI'ANY, LIMITED, 
(Hereinafter culled the COMPANY) 

of the (second Part: 
WHHREAS the Company carries on a 
telf-tihone business In the City of Vic-. 
torla. In the Province of British Colum- 
bia and carries Its cables and. wires upon 
14oles placed In t^e street.s of the City; 
AXD WHEREAS the Company at the 
request of tlie City has consented toTe- 
niove Its Said poles, oabie.s .and wires, 
from certain streets hereinafter .set 
forth and to place its cables and wires 
In underground conduits in streets here- 
inafter mentioned and to provide service 
by tfl^t-ans of underground conduits and 
pbles In the Interior of the blocks having 
connection with the conduits in ' said 
streets; 

AND WHEREAS by the provisions of 
Section fifty (50). subsection 18 (a) and 
Is (b) of tlfe Municipal Clauses Act, the 
parties hereto have the rl^lit to provide 
for such work to be doiie by the Company" 
at the expense and cost of the City; 

AND WHEREAS It has been so aprreed. 

NOW THEREFORE ,THKS INDEN- 
TURE W-ITNESSETH that In con.sldera- 
tion of the premlae.i and of thTTlMUtual 
covenants hereinafter contained, and of 
the sum of One Dollar (11.00) of lawful 
money of Canada paid l.v each of the 
parties hereto to the other of them (the 
receipt whereof is hereby bv them re- 
spectively adrrfoTwlede^ed) and parties 
iiereto mutually covenant as follows: , 

1. The Cofnpahy will linmedlatelv en- 
deavor to secure such rights of way or 
easements 05-er or throuRh private pro- 
perty within the area hereinafter men- 
tioned and also property abuttluK 'on 

-i^rt-Street betsyeen Dougrlas and Cook 
.Streets. and on Yates Street from Doug- 
las to Quadra Streets as they mav deenj 
necessary for the purpose aforesaid: 
Should the Company not be able \o, se- 
cure without pay merit therefor;' all the 
rights of way or easemi'nts for such pur- 
poses, tho City undertakes to Immediate- 
ly provide same under their powers' in 
said Act set out. 

2. t;pQn tlie Company or the City hav- 
ing acquir«!d the ' rights and easements 
set- out in Paragraph (1) hereof, tlie 
Company as contractors for the Citv 
shall Immediately proceed to construct 
and estabUfili_an underground, conduit 
system for the ca;rrying of cables and 
wires for the use, «na only for. the pur- 
poses of the Company's business, within 
the area bounded by the following 
streets of. the City, namely: 

Wharf Street. Humboldt. Doiijjlaa^ 
Hurdette Avenue. Blanchard, Cormorant. 
Store and John.'^on Htreets, as shown on 
t+H» plan attached hereto, and also on 
Fort Street from Douglas Street to Cook 
Street and Yates Street from Douglas to 
Quadra Streets. '_ -^^ — 

Wfthin such area the Company coven- 
ants on or be^fore the 30th day of August. 
■A. D., 19'12," to completely remove all 
their present overhead' apparatus and 
equipment of poleB and wires, provided 
nil such rights ami easements shall have 
been obtained on or before the Ist dav 
-of .January, A. D. .1012. still rendering to 
all customers of the Company a satis- 
factory service. . 

.1. For such purpbjie the Company 
shall ha ve aut hority to enter upon all 
and ever'y road, street, alley, jor thor- 
oughfare within the said area, and Fort 
Street between Dougfaji and Cook 
.Streets, and Yates Street from Douglas 
to QuadraA Sti-eet-s; an'd to dig up the 
road bed thereof, auh.tect. however, to. 
and the Compan.y shall' first obtain.' the 
written direction of the City Engineer, 
who shall have sole authority to direct 
at what particular point and at what 
particular time the' said road, street, 
alley or thoroughfare shall he dug up. 
and ".In what order as to time among the 
various , streets:- 

PROVIDED, however, that the nald 
work shall be carried out as expeditious- 
ly as pos.«<lhln with as little Inconveni- 
ence to the ptibllc traffic as possible, 
and- all and every street or streets re- 
•, ."Stored or replaced In ^he, same condition 
as before the 'vork qr repair was cam- 
menced. "' . 

4. The Coihpany a/srces to provide, 
erect, and maintain all reflulslte bar- 
riers, fences and other proper protection 
arid to provide; keep and maintain such, 
watchman, and lights with red globes as 
may be necessary,, or as may be ordered 
by the City Eriglneer In order to insure 
.safety to the public as well as those en- 
gaged about the premises or works; and 
agree, where It Is practloable In the City 
Engineer's opinion to keep any roadway 
open for travel for the ujie of the public, 
for such ■w'Idth as the City Engineer may 
direct. The Coinpany also .ngroes to pro- 
vide a sufflcl<>nt ntimber of "NO 
THOnot:OHFARE" or other proper no- 
tices which they must cause to be 
placed and maintained In pood -order In 
conspicuous places .wherever any road- 
way, sidewalk or thoroughfare is torn 
up or dangerous, and so long as it re- 
mains unsafe or nnfliii.shed. and when 
the work Is carried on nt night the Com- 
pany will .Mupply at thoir own expense a 
pufflclent ntimhor of electric or other 
approved and efficient Ilcht."! to enable 
the snnn» to be done In an efficient and 
sn,llsfactnrv manner, and the City En- 
gineer shall have the power to order nd- 
tlKlo.nal lights to be put on fit th<» (Com- 
pany's expense If In the City Engineer's 
opinion they are or may he" rcriulred; and 
the Company hereby agreo.t to Indom- 
nlfv .'iii'l s.'ive lu'irtnlesM thf> sold City of 
nrifl 'II loss. Cfffit or dnmpge by 

jen- 'iV act. mnltcr. muse or thing 

dono ov "III it ted to ho done by the Coni- 
pnnv for 'the protection of the nuhllo 
during their operations, cither of Con- 
struction or repair. ■ , 

.f). The vi-hnie of the works .80 ■ m be 
constructefl as aforesaid, excepting the 
Central Station and, contents and all tele- 
phone Instru'mnets ntid wiring within 
buildings, hut 'Including the property 
right.i. powers .ind privileges in the 
nho\-c clescrlhed area, and on Fort 
Street between Douglns and ' Cook 
Streets obtained by the Comp.nny or Citv 
undei" Paragraph (1) hereof, shall from 
dav to dnv. ns the same, are completed 
he' and become the absolute properly of. 
hnd for all purposes vested In the (7ltv. 
suhfect only *" the exclusive right of 
uset" hereinafter provided; and In like 
manner all .substitutions for and nil nd- 
dlllons lo the said works or any part 
Iherpof during the usage of th»» same bv 
the Company, and prior to the final pnv- 
ment therefor by the Compariv. shnll ho. 
come^nnd he ithe absolute ' or 

"and vested In the sold C|f 
' fi For the ptirpose nforemij,! un- Citv 
ngrees to submit: before the .lOth day o'f 
Spptetnher, A. D. 1010, a by-law to the 
electors of the City entitled to vote upon 
Moncv hy-lrtw (o raise the sum of One 
hundred (hou.«nnd dollars ('$1(10.000.00), 
n-hirh Is the e><tlrn(ifed coat 91* the said 
works, and upon tlio passing of such 
bv-law agree" to Ip,«iie debentures to the 
sntd nmounl <ltliev payable In fifty 
venrsj from flie "1st dnv of Jftnirfuw; \ r> 



1911. or at Ihe (iplliMi ol' (he ('ompany 
t.ci li.i- i-cilc<-iiuilile ill iui.\ lime upon six 
nmiiLhs' niJlicc 10 IIh> ilt'heuluro holdfi'S, 
.such dchcuHirc.H, In eltln.'r ca.sc lo luMir 
interest thereon at' the rule of foui:_per 
cent. (4%) Ijer annum on the 21at day or 
Juiiiiury ami .1ul,\' In I'.n !i Vr.ir, 

ciu !■..■ "i I ;>. i.iii "1- iin" 
glncor shui'l cerllt'y in wiiHug 
that the Corupanv have expended $25,- 
000.00 on Huhl work.s, the City will hand 
(ivei- and deliver to 4110 Oonipiiuy dchen- 
ture.s, being a portlun of Cliu said ^^^t^<le ot 
the par value of $2.'., 000. 00, and 'there- 
Hfter ■ whenever an atlditioual $'2i),000.00 



pointed the Uciui-iilng Officer of (lie tiaUl 
votii. - ' 

1:. W. lUlAOM'-.V. 

ActluK (~'. M- <"'■ 
Clt.y Clcrk'.s oifige, Vlc!.orlii, 11. C, 
August ITth, 191(j. ■ ' 



A BY-LAW 



7. U'hcn Iho 
City Engineer 



I.N' WITNESS WHKip;oK tlie parties 
hereto have oausod their reapoctlvu cor- 
ponilu sesls lo be Ivercunlo affixed the , 
(lav inul ,\ear first abovo written. 
The .(.'orporato .Seal Of Iho (Corporation 

of the Ciiy <if Victoria was hereunto 

afflxeil In the iMccnce ol': 
lS*'ulJ 
TIU' CoriMMMd' .Sciti 1)1 llu-' liMii^li I'ol 

bia Telephone (.'.oiuiJiiii.\ . I.niuiuil, 



To Enable ^le Borrowing ol a further 

■ um of $50,000, secured upon the j (^,,^ .Treasuu-i- and ulaced bv 
frontage Rents or Taxe» and Sewer «,,^t,.o.-: .^i....... . -l.,.'! ,"' wV C 

Connection Aental, with the guarau 
tee of the City of Vlctori.i. 



\VHI';H'KAS,' ii Is intei'i 
upon t(i'e securit ■, ni' r.ni 
si;,we[' (.•onneetini, 1.111:1!- 
wii.s :"»' Sewers Hy-lu\v, I'-t 



|.-i 



NO. 516, the ."Sewer- I^oan (5/uarantee 
liy-law. ISIOS, No. 557, the"Se\yer Loan 
liOaii Ouarantoe IJy.la.v, 11)0P," No. '51»2, 
the "Hewer I.joan Ouurantee By-law, 

Ja09 (No. 2),'; No, 1)16. be Hui'flcleiit to 

provide the annual interest ow tlie 
moneys from tlinn to tlino borrowed oh 
111.; security of tlio . deb(Mitures iHwued 
ii'.ioundcr. and the annual .sinking' I'und 
''!■ 'I' ' vmont Of the principal 
'"' II' '. 11 ipon th6 debentures Issued 
ieicuii,!..,. ...i,-,|l. imnu'dialely upon re- 
<'el|)t th<Te..', 1... set aside by the said 

him to a 
separate account- 'with the , h.uikcr.-; of 
tht) Corporation 'of Victoria, and llure- 
ou't. shall be' paid the coupons or interest 



It shall ho lawful for the said Mnyorisaid debenlures at a rule below par, and 

in his discretion to alttirimtively cause | to authorh.e the Tr.-ttMurer to payout of 

each of the said deheniurea lobe uiaae, , the muuu,. .so ral.sed by the sale of tho... 

executed and issued foi- an amount of;. said <lel;<>ntureH all <'XpfiiM« cotmeclod 

1:100 HterlljiK. and one, If necessary, Tor . I wl th the pr.paration an.l engraving or. 

■' '"'' ■' of tlio debentures and 



hereunto affixed 



m 



liri'aei 



wk'L vl'urtlier KUin of $^10,000 

' In fiiitl fni' tl,.. .ivtfi^iui,. 



\\ 



sliall have been exiiohdfd and have boeri 
.so cei-Liried bv (he .saiil Kngtiieer or Klec- 
trlcluu tho City will hand over and de- 
liver to the ('(7miuinv further dobenturieg. 
of the par value of $2f.,000.00 In, each in- 
[.itaneo until, the Conipauy shall have .ex- 
pended the sum of $75,000.00 and shall 
have received debentures of a paf value 
of that sum. The City will hand over to; 
the said Company the balance of the said 
debentures when tho City Engineer or 
City Electrician shall have certified that 
the whole o? the work mentioned In Par- 
agrapTr(2) hereof has been completed. 

,S. The' City shall upon the sufficient 
ctrmpletlon of the work of establishing 
and construction of tho said conduit sys- 
tem give authority and suffer aiid per- 
mit the Company to excl,uKlvely use and 
operate the sa'me and to maintain, recon- 
struct, alter and repair the cables, con- 
duits, "wires and ofHer apparatus so con- 
structed _for the purpose of supplying 
telephone service until default for three 
iliorrths be made on the part of the tele- 
phone Companj- in the payment in the 
next paragraph provided for: 

PROVIDED, that Should the (i:ompany 
at any time within three months after 
any such default pay to the City the 
principal and interest then in defaiilt. to- 
gether with interest on the overdue .in- 
terest at the rate of Five per cent (6%) 
per annum then Hie rights of user of 
the Company shall continue In all re- 
spects as if no default had been made. 

9. The Company shall from and after 
the date of such handing over of such 
debenUires, and during the whole life 
thereof make a semi-annual payment to 
the City equal in amount to the interest 
and sinking fund upon the amount of the 
said delnenturea on the 15th dayof .lanu- 
ary and July In each year, 

10. Upon payment by the Company of 
all the semi-annual payrnenis of inter- 
est and sinking fund upon the said de- 
bentures the City will irrant and convey 
or otheriivise trahsfer to the Company 
free of encumbrant'C the -ivhole of the 
works so to be constructed, and suh.stltu- 
tlons and additions thereto .and which 
have been herein agreed to be vested in 
the City and also all rights, property, 
powers and privileges obtained by the 
<.^oinpany or the City aS' aforesaid or en- 
joyed by the City undet* said sub-sec- 
tions 18 <a) and 18 (b), so far as the 
same relate to telephones, to the end 
that the City shall vest In the Company 
all the title the City shall have In the 
underground, system to be completed un- 
der-t*(l« agreement. 

11. Ill event of the Company requiring 
the City to Issue debentures redeemable 
as provided Itf Clause 6) hereof, then the 
Company may at any time hereafter pay 
to llie City a sum which aldded to the 
amount of sluk^lng fund which at the 
time oi; such payment shall hava. been 
already paid to the City be sufficie^tt to 
redeem the said delientures. and there- 
upon— ttre City will grant and convej, or 
oiherwi.se transfer to the Company free 
of encumbrances the. whole of the works,' 
substitutions and additions eo to be con- 
structed, which have "beea herein agreed 
to be vested in the City and also all 
rights., powers . and privileges obtained 
by the Company or the Citv as aforesaid 
or enjoyed by the City under said sub- 
.sectlonS 18 (a), or 18 (b). to the end that 
tiie- City .shall vest in-the Company all 
the title the City shall have In the un- 
dergroi^nd system to be completed under 
this agreement.. 

12. If at any time the Comjiani- shall 
find It n'ecessary tx> excavate, open up, 
reconstruct, alter; rhalntaln.'or 'repair all 
or any of the said conduits, or. to affect 
any repairs to any of the fixtures or ap- 
paratus tised In connection with the said 
system the company shall liaVe the 
power, In so far as the City are author- 
ized to give the same, to eiiter iipon .ind 
do said work; and if pecessary. shall for 
such purpose have, upon obtaining per- 
mission from the City Engineer power to. 
block or divert the vehicular or passen- 
ger traffic temporarily as may be sanc- 
tioned by such permit: 

PROVIDED, however, that the Worfc 
shall be Carried out as expeditiously and 
with as little inconvenience to the public 
traffic as possible, and the streets, or 
street, restored or replaced in the same 
condition as before the work or repair 
commenced. ' 

13. The Company undertakes, when re- 
quested. so to do In Writing, to aU«^r or 
change, at Its own expense, the location 
of any conduit, cable, wire or other appli- 
ance constructed or affixed to the In- 
terior of any of the blocks pursuant to 
the provisions of this agreetnent, and re- 
place the same in some other convenient 
position in' said block or any of them 
whenever or so often'as such alteration 
and replacing Is made necessary by reas- 
on of the construction of a new building, 
rebuilding or the alteration or extension 
of any bulUUng In said block or any of 
therti. and so that the Company will at all 
times do and execute all necessary, wor'kfi, 
matters and things which new conditions 
in real property affected m.ay require. 
AND in default the City shall have the 
right to apply to the Court for appropri- 
ate relief In said premises notwithstand- 
ing that it may suffer no damage or no 
special damage by. reason of such, de- 
fault. 

14; Except as herein set fort!h nostatu- 
to(;',y or other right of the City ^r of the 
Company shall be abrogated or waived by 
reason of this agreement. After the date 
hereof,' the Comparty will not In any 
streets or squares of the . City • from 
which it has rerrioved. or at any -future 
tlm«»^na.y remove its overhead telephone 
wires and system and substitute a ser- 
vice from underground conduits in man- 
ner provided In this agreement, place any 
poles for their telephone system; and 
the City shall not at any time hereafter 
allo'w any telephone service through 
overhead wires on poles along, across 
or over an.v such streets or squares.. 

16. Tho Company further agree that 
hereafter when Ihe City shall ^aHS By- 
Laws for permanent pavements under 
the Tvocal improvement (^'Jlausea of the 
Muhlclpal <71auMes Act, which ' together 
form a continuous permanent pavement, 
leading from the area set out In Para- 
graph No. 2 hereof, and furnishes tho 
Company with permanent me.-i.ns of ac- 
cess to. and distribution from, suitable 
poln,ts within the interior of each block 
abutting upon such streets, the Company 
will lay conduits under si'ich streets and 
place its wires therein, and Instal,! all 
the necessary apparatus for on undor- 
grouhd telephone system such ju* ..is con- 
ti>mp!nted under the foregoing, then, tho 
Company may be assessed as an owner 
under such Ry-T,aws for the amoimt of 
50% of the cost.s of the c'ortdnlts and 
the laying thereof. 

AND the Pqmpany furt4wr"-cnveiiants 
Immediately tipon completion thereof to 
use the same and remove from wiich 
streets all their overhead wires, cables, 
and all their poles, and such conduits 
shall thereafter vest In arid become tho 
property of the; Company, and the "city 
will execute to the Company nil- grants 
necessary to vest In the Oompanv the 
same condtilts and any rights of way or 
other easements used In connection 
therewith, and thereafter the Company 
shall have tho same rights In respect of 
such streets or the telephone svatetn to 
be constrticted therein, ns are conferred 
bv Clause (12) hereof, in respect of the 
streets and systemfi. to he constructd 
therein within the said area. 

Ifl. This agreetnent shall bo hlofUng 
from and after the pn.'^slng of the said 
By-Ijnw authorizing tho .«nld debentures. 

17, This agreement and everything 
herein contained shall respeotlvplv en- 
ure to the benefit of. and he binding 
upon, thepaitles, hereto, (heir suLcesHcjrs 



\\\ 1! i;i:\'. I'li-si.lehl. 

< n;> I. 11. ii.\ i.si';., .Sri'ieiary. 

AM' \\ NIOUKAS the expense and cost 
of tlic woik within (he said area and ex-, 
tensions thereof, ,1- 1:1 Paragraph 2. of 
said agreetnent .-1 1 "ut, Is eMtiniated at 
One hundred thou.saiid (Tollaru ($100.- 
000.00), and It is propowed- br tht.s Hy- 
I'/aw to authorize , tho raising oil sahl 
sums and the delH''ery of tho uuHiorized 
debentures at such times as the same are 
required to be delivered under th« terms 
Of the adld agreement. 

AND WHEH-EAS a petition under Sec- 
tion Oy of the Municipal Clauses Act has 
been presented to the Municipal Council" 
of the Corporation of tho City of Vic- 
toria, signed b.v the owners of more than 
one-tenth of real property in the City' 
of Victoria -aa- shown, b>< the last rertsed 
Assessment Roll, requesting the City 
Council to Introduce fi By-I-,aW to laiso 
the said sum ofOne hundred thousand 
dollars ($100,000.00) In and for the pur- 
poses aforesaid, and the Council desire 
to give effe'ct to such petition Ig man- 
ner hereinafter appearing; 

AND VVHKREAS the whole rateable 
I'ahd and imiirovements or real property 
of the ("Ity of Victoria, according to the 
last revised Assessment Roll for the 
year 191« was $.12.0S9.S37.00; 

AND WHEREAS the total amount .re- 
quired to be raised annually by rate for 
paying the debt which will be created 
herein and the interest thpreon, and for 
(•reatlng an annual sinking fund for the 
payment off of tho said debt within 
fifty (50) years is Pour thousand six 
hundred and fifty-five dollars (%\,- 
655.00); 

ANXi WHEREAS this By-T.aw maV not 
be altered, or rypealed. except with the 
con.sent of the Lieulenant-Uovernor-ln- 
Councll: 

NOW THEREFORE the MunlcipaL 
Council of the Corporation of the City of 
\iciorla enacts as follows: 

1. The terms of the agreement herein- 
before fully set out in the recitalof this 
By-Law s lmll b e. a nd the same are here- 
by accepted, and the British -Columbia 
Telephone Company. Limited, are hereby 
authorized to have. Iiold and exercise the 
Hglits and privileges in the said agree- 
nieut mentioned or referred to, subject 
to the covenatUJir-cmuliUuns. and restric- 
tions binding ot\ the said Co«nptt«y In 
the said agreement set fortli. 

2. Forth Willi after the requisite as- 
aeirt of the electors of the City ot Vic- 
toria entltle^l to vote, therein aUall have 
been given to the final passage of this 
By-Law, the aald agreement shall forth- 
with be executed by the tJorporatton, 
and the ugrtjcme'ut when- so execut^'d 
shall forthwith be carried into eftoiLiUuL 



thenceforth observed, anil the said agree 
ment so executed is Ijereby lncorp«jrated 
with, and shall be deemed to form part- 
of, and bt read with, this By-Caw In so 
far a.-? the sjinte contains any covenants 
on the part of the Corporation and' by the 
Corporation has to bo performed. 

3. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of tha City of Victorlk 
to borrow upon thte credit of the said 
Corporation; by way of. the . debentures 
her'sin after mentioned, from anv per- 
son or persons or body, or bodies corpor- 
ate, who may be willing to Wvarice the 
same as a loan, a sum of money not ex- 
ceeding In tho whole the sum of One 
hundred thousand dollars ($100.000 00) 
cur'rency. or sterling money; at the rate 
of 4.8S 2-3 dollars to the ,Qne pound 
sterling, and to 'catise 'all such sums bo 
rnl.sed or received to "be paid Into the 
hands of the Tre.^surer of the said Cor- 
poration for the puriioscs and with the 
object hereinbefore recited. 

7, A'-it— sJifiLl be lawful, for the said 
Mayor to cause any number of deben- 
tures to be jrjiade, executed and Issued 
for the sum. of. One hundred thousand 
dollars ($100,000.00), either in currency 
or sterltng money (at thf rate afore- 
said), each o.f the said debenture's being 
of the amount of One thousand dollars 
($1,000.00) or Its sterling equlvaterit (at 
the rate aforesaid 1 and all such deben- 
tures shall be sealed with the seal of 
the said Corporation and signed by the 
Mayor thereof. 

It shall also be lawful for the aald 
Mayor In his dhscretlon alternatively to 
cause the said debentures to be made, 
executed and Issued for an amount of 
£100 sterling, and ohe. If necessary, for 
a le(S8 suin In sterling money to corti- 
plete the authorized Issue. 

5. Jhe said debentures shall bear date 
of the 2l8t day of Janunrv, A. D. 1911. 
and shall be made payable in fifty years 
from said date, at such place or jrtaces 
erther in the Dominion of Cajnada. Great 
Britain or the Fnlted States' of America, 
as may in the discretion of the Mavor he 
designated therinm, and shall have at- 
tached to them coupons for the pavment 
of Interest, arid the signatures to the in- 
terest" coupons .may be either written, 
statnpodv printed or lithographed. 

6^. The said debentures shall bear In- 
terest at the rate of four por cent, per 
.annum from the date thereof, which In- 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 21st day of January and the 21st day 
of .luly during the currency of the de- 
bentures, nt such place or place'JT either 
In the Dominion of Canada, Oreat Brit- 
ain or the United States of America as 
may be expressed in the debenture and 
coupon. 

^ 7. Jf th« British Ooltimbla. Telephone 
Company, Limited, so request In writing 
before the Issuance of the first series of 
said dbbentures, each debenture author- 
ized hereunder shall be marked "Re- 
deemable at par at the , option of the 
City upon giving six months notice to 
the holder thereof., such notice expiring 
on any Interest day." and In such caso 
such debentures shall he taken hy the 
holder thereof, subject to the said terma 
of redemption. 

8. If deemed ndvlsahlo hy the Mavor 
there shall, in the said dshentures 'be 
reserve*! to the Corporation thn right 
upon any future consolidation of the de- 
benture lildebtedness of the C)ty to sub- 
stitute debentures of such consolidation 
secured upon the credit of the ritv gen- 
erally. Such consolidated dehentiiros 
shall contain the like covennnt.s condi- 
tions an.l restrictions as are con.talned In 
the debentures Issued In purKii.nuce r>f 
this By-Law. and In each debentnro Is- 
sued hereunder a»clause conditioned for 
such substitution-' may be Inserted. 

0. During the currency of the said de- 
hpntures there shall he raised annualiv 
by special rrito on nil the rateable pro 
nertv In the Corporation of (!k> C|tv of 
Victoria the said sum of Four thousand 
dollars ($4,000.00) for the payment V.f 
tho Interest on the siild dehontures and 
the said sum o.f Sir hundred and flftv- 
fl\e dollars ($fi55.00) for tho purpose of 
creating a sinking fund for the pavment 
of the debt hereby created, makiixgin .ill 
the sum of. Four thousand six hundred 
and fifty -five dnllnrs -Ctl.nr.r, nn:) In' be 
ral«eil nnii ' , (•,,,.,._ 

said dwrlri. , r,,n 

years. 

m. This I ■Ouill, 1' • , . , 

pa.s.sj.ng. Mm ,. .: ircclvc i;,,. ,,>.■.,,.,,( ,,f 
the .electors of the said Corporation In 
(he JKianner provided for In the Jifunlct- 
pal Clauses .Act. .-nul sh.-ill take effect on 
tirr Fifth day arter (he flnni pa-.-^Ing 
thereof. 

' 11., This By-.T;nw h-.im,-' I..- ' ' ■\.,^ 

Underground Telephcme r.\ i,, . \'\\i, 
■ Passed the Mimlclpfil CoiMi, Ii ..n |i|c 
15fh day of August. 1!)10. 

TAKE NO'flCR that the above 
true copy Of the proposed By-t.,aw. ,., ;, 
which the vote of the MunlCIpalltv. will 
be taken at the building known as 
Numbers 1417 and 141!> (Mr. Meston's 
Building) Broad street, on Monday, the 
29th day of August, 11)10, that the polls 
will he kept open between the hours of 
o'clock H.nt. and 7 Vi'clock p.m.. and 
that Mr. W W. Xm-thcott hai been ap- 



, . . i..| 

ludi, ir!(> 
expend(d 
In and for the exteiislon "i iho seyurM 
within the tilly of- Victoria, arid the.re- 
payment to property .owuer.s' of a suiri 
of $2,?20., tidvaiit?ed fo,r" spt'ciu.l sewer 
constTuctioiif) under By-law' No. 001; 

AND WHEIiEAS. tt Is proposed to 
give; the guarantee ui I lie Corporation 
for securing the moneys so' ititerideU to 
be borrowed: ' ; • - ■*. ' ^ 

AND WHEREAS, the said' "Sewera 
lltO".!." was validated by Section 23, af 
Chapter 42, of the statutes, of l!i03-* In 
HO far as frontage rents or taxes and 
.sower connection ftMitala were tliereby 
assessed and levied upon the ow'niei's of 
land and buildings,! and power was giv- 
en. by the roclilhg section to reyok'eand 
rescind the assessment and levy made 
by ihtj said reciting By-law ,upon occu-. 
piers of land and buildings, and such 
asse.'i.siuent arid levy upon said occUplers 
was accordingly revoked by tlie "hewers 
By-law, i!)02, Amen«nieat By-law, lUOt" 
(numbered 424): - ; j; ' 

AND WHEHJilAS, the amount of the 
'Bald fronlagi; rrnts or taxes and sewer 
conjiectlon rentals, chargeable for the 
year 1810 la estimated at $25,528.10, and 
the sum of $495,000 haff been already* 
raised upon the security of the same 
under the provisions of the "Sewer 
Loan Guarantee By-Law,' 190a," No, 402. 
"The SeWjer Loan Guarantee By-law, 
1905," No. 456, "TheSewer Loan (Iviar- 
ftjiteo By-law, 1007," No, 516, "Tlie Sew- 
er Loan Guarantee By-law, ISO'S," No. 
557, "The St wer Loan Guarantee By- 
law, 1908," No. 5t"2, and the "Sewer Loan 
Guaranteo By-law 1909. (No. 2)" ■ No^ 
616. 

AND WHEREAS, the moneys Inten- 
ded to be-txM-rowe.d pursuant to this By- 
law will be primarily charged arid se- 
cured upon the frontage rents or taxes 
and sewer connection rentals, a.^sessed 
and levied and to be collected annually 
under the authority of the said "Sewer 
By-law, 1002. " , now unencumbered, 
amounting to $2.4»L10; • 

AND WHlOltlCAS, the amount re- 
-tiulrcd to be collected annually from 
the said frontage rents or 'taxes and 
sewer coiuiectiou rentals to pay interest 
pon the said aggregate debt of $41)6,000. 
arid to repay the said debts by sinking 
funds within {ifty years is $2a,UAI, and 
the amount to be collected to pay tire 
Interest upon the said addltloiial-suJUiiL 
$50,000 Is $2,00(.), and to repay the addi- 
tional debt by slnkluar fund is .$:12S. 
making' together the aggregate sunt of 
$25,375. and liavlng regard to additions 
since January 1st, 19lo, estimated at 
$500, it la estimated .that therb will not 
bp any dellclencv: ■ ' 
„JV.NL» WHEREAS, tt l?-^ proposed to 
borrow the aalJ sOm Of IftO.OtJO upon de- 



.1 



■uijon Die said debentures or borrowed ] pons niay be eiti 
inonoyK, as the saine shall from li'' 
ti) time fall due, arid tlu* moneys I" i 
Vhic llu.''Kald annual sinking funfl B.i.cil 
lie placed on deposit, and with the Inter- 
est thereon, sliall b.- 'allowi>(,l ^'o accu- 
toulatw ai/d thereout, shal^ be i»ld the 
prli^clpul 'riiOneys borrowed, as the said 
dobe^Uure.'H' jHsUed hci-ciyuder" shall from 
tlinu t.O tlm^- become duti., - 

!». .This By-law shall, before the llnal 
|jaa.slng thereof, receive the assent of 
.thu electors of tiie-suid Corporation In 
thi> mariner provided for in the Mrfnicl- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the day after the flnal wnsstaK there- 
of.' "■',', 

10. This By-law. may not be altered or 
repealed save. with the consent of the 
Lleutt'nnnt-Oovernor in Council, 



a less I5U111 in .sterUuR nioiiey ,to I'oiii- j 
plote the authorized Ikhuc. 

;j. The said ilehentures shall tieer date 
of the day alter the final passing of this 
By-law, an.l shall he made payalde in 
IweiUy-Mve .years from .said diil''. "t 
.such place, eliher in the Dominion of 
(,'anada, iJrcat Bi'Uuin, or. the I'lilted 
.Stales of America, as nm'j- be desi.miated 
thereon, and shall have attached to them 
coupons for the pavnient of inttirest, 
and the .slgneilui'i- -1 n ■■ m 1 crest oou- 

MM -i, ^lamped, 
lithographed or •■iiKraved. 
I .saJd debentures shall; bear In- 
:. ii-.^L ,u the rate of four per cent, per 
annum from the date -thereof, payable 
half-yearly-, on the 2 Ist day of January 
and 2lHt day of July, at' such place,, 
In the Dominion of Canada, Great Bri- 
tain,' or the- L'nited States of America, 
as miiy be ex<pres8od..Jri the debenture 
and coupon. ■ 

5, It shall be lawful for the Mayor 
to cause the saM debentures and 
Interest, coupons, either or both, to be 
made payable at such place, e'tber in 
the Dominion <»f Canada. Groat Britain, 
or the United States of America, ias'may 
bo desljeed. . i 

6. It shall be lawful for the Mayor 
tion to dlKpose of 



of the said Corpora 
11 'iM,i r> . 1 . 1, . 1. ^ „= ♦j,-jthe said debentures at a rttto h^low par, 

11. Ihis By-lHw shall be c te^ a» thjm^j ^^ authorize the Treasurer to pay 

\Zll.t^ ^*"t';''r^%*' ^^'^nKx „i.^t^I|o"t «f 'I'e s"'T>3 so raised by the sale of 
Passed the Municipal. Council on the ^, .said deb.ntures. all expen.ses con- 



ISth day of August, 1910. 

TAKB: not li;E that the .above is a 
true copy of the proposed By-law, upon 
which the vote of the Municipality will be 
taRen at the bulkllng known as numbers 
1417 arid 1419 (Mr. Meston's BulldingJr 
Broad fctreet, on Monday, the 20tli day 
of August, 1910. that (he polls will be 
kept opety-bettyeen tire hours of o'clock 
a.m. and TTTclock p.m.. and that Mr. W. 
"■»V. North'cott has been appointed the 
Returning Officer of tlws said vote. 
B. W. BRADLEY. 

Acting TJ.M.C. , 
Cit^. (Tlerk'B Office. 

Victoria. BG, Aug. 17th. 1910. 



beritures as hereihafter- ap'pearlflg 

AND WHEUjIOAS. by the. said recited 
By-lu.w, No. 4O0. the said frontage rents 
or. taxes and skewer connection rental's 
when received, are directed to Ue carried 
to a joint fund entitled "The .Sewer 
Rental and Sewer Tax F^ind." and are 
to be expended In the extension of ttxr- 
sewerage - system rQf the city, and the 
construction a iiti -■ maintenance of the 



A BY LAW 



same, and in ninH.|rtg provision for and 
tiie payment of principal, lulere«l and 
sinking funds where moneys are bor- 
rowed' on tlie securiiy of the same, and 
In such manner and at'Bu.ch' time or 
times as the Municipal Council 'shall 
frOm time to time think e.x.liedlent. ' And 
It. Is desired' tty this By-law tq give ef- 
fect to .'euc'h provision: 

THEREFORE, the Alunlclpai Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts as follows;— , — ~ — 

1. The moneys raised under thi's By- 
law shall be expended- in the cOristruc-' 
tlon of BcwerB and for. the purpose gen- 
erally mentioned In th!>j U\'.-lajv, an'd 
for no other purpose. . _ 

2. It shall be lawful ■ Mayor of 
the (-Corporation of the i,:Uy Of Victoria 
to borrow upon the security, primarily, 
of the said frontage rents or taxes an*l i 
sewer connection rentals, and by way of 
guarantee upon tiie credit of the sftld 
Corporation by way of debentures here^' 
Inafter mentioned, frojn any person or 
persons, or bodies corporate, who may 
be willing to advance the i^ame aa a loan, 
a sum of money not exteedlng. In the 
whole the sum of $50.00(( currency or 
sterling n>oney, nt thf. rate of 4.86 
2-3rd» dollars to the one 'pound sterling, 
and to c^UBe aU-Such .Hii'm^s so raised or 
received to be paid into t|;ie liands of the 
Treasurer of tho . said Corporation for 
tho purpose and with the object heretn- 
beforo referred to. The said guarantee 
of the city to "be contliined. In the «a1d 
debentures shall be In the following 
terms or as near thereto as may he: 

•'The payment of the principal moneys 
and Jnterest the;reon under thi.s deben- 
ture at the respective dates When the 
same fall due under the terms of this 
debenture. Is hereh>y guaranteed l^y the 
Corporation of the City Of Victoria." 

3. It shall be lawful for tha^ said 
Mayor to cause any number of deben- 
tures to be- made, executed and leisued 
for such sums asi may be re<|uired. nbt 
exceeding, luowever, the' sum of $r)0,0()0 
either In currency or sterling money (1«t 
the rate of 4.80 2-3rds, tloliars to the orir- 
.pound sterling), each of the said deljcn- 
tures being of tJUj amount af #1,000 or 
Its sterling equivalent (at the rale 
aforesaid), and all such dmbentures shall 
be sealed wltlt the seaFof the said <'or- 
poration and signed by the Mayor there- 
of. ■ , 

It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
In hi-s dl.scretion to altei-natlvely cause 
ench of the said debcnturie.s to bo made, 
executed and Issued for an amount ' of 
£10(5 sterling, and one. if necesaary.'-for 
a less sum In i»terllng money to com- 
plete the au,thorl-/,cd Issue. 

4. The said d»4>entures shall, hear date 
of the day after tho Mnal' passing of thl.s 
ify-law, tlnd shall be payable In fifty 
years from the said date at, si;ch place, 
either In the Dominion of Canada. Groat 
Brttirin or the United' .States of Afnerica, 
as may bo' designated thereon, and shall 
have atta-ched TT> them coujions for the 
payiui'nt of Inlorest and the ntgriatures 
of t,lio interest, coupons may .be. eitheir 
written. Stfttnped, printed or litho- 
graphed. 

•, 5. The «ald- debentures shall hear In- 
terest at the "rate .of four per «enl. per 
annum from the date there,of. which in- 
terest shall be ,paj able 'lialf-ytjai'ly f\n 
the 2lHt <lay of January and the 2lKt 
xiay of .luly, at sucli place, either in tlie 
Dominion- of Canada, (.}i-eat Britain,, or 
the United .States of America, as rriay 
l,e expressed in the debenture -and cou- 
pon^ 

6. It shall be lawful for th*-^ said 
Mayor tD cause the said dehentui-es and 
Interest coupons, . either or both, to, be 
made payable nt rf'uch place, tdlher in 
ihe I)omliil(ui nf Canada, (treat Britain. 
.,1- the I'liif.ii .Slates of Amorjca, an 

.1 I iwful for the- Mnyof Of 

the. said corporation to dispose 'of (he 
said debentures at a rate below par. and 
to authorize the Treasurer lo pay out 
of Ihe sums so raised by the .sale of the 
said debentures, all expenses connected 
wHth-thc preparation and llthoRraphlt.ig 
of the debentures ami onpi.n^. m \\\w 
illKcount or ccmimlsshin ..i 
trri-l<+e-ti1nl to the .sale nl' t 

: llie Ml. . ,j 

fur and i'eci-]\-o(J hy the <'ii.\- Ti ca.surer 
under the provisions of, Ihe Hairl "Sewer 
By-Law. 19()3" (No. 4001, as shall arter 
complying with the directions contained 
In the said "Sewer I<oan Guarantee By- 
law, 1902." No. 4Q2,. .lh&-.;-'.SeiV.(3r Loan. 
Guaranteo By-law 1905;" No. 45(1, the 
".Se\|^r l.iiau Gnnranl,e rij-lau. Ili.i;," 



To Authorize the tTse of Corporate Zianda 
at Spring Kldr* for School Purpoe«B 

WHEREAS on the application of the 
Board -of School Trustees the (Council 
have resolved to grant the corporate 
lands at Spring Uldge hereunder de- 
scribed, al.so a suHn of $13,000 in aid of 
the purchase for the S eliool Board of 
abutting lands, the whole to be used as 
and for. a High School Site, also to do 
c'erL-sln worlts to make the .site suitable, 
.said sum of $12,000 to be raised with the 
school rate for the year 1910. and the 
cost of said works, to ho raised with the 
School rate for. the years I9lb, i9u and 
1912 as .may be called for by the prog- 
ress of the works; .. 

The Municipal (^ouncH of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of Victoria enacts as 
I'ollows: '» 

1, It shall be lawful for the f'ouncil to' 
use tlie corporate lands hereinafter de- 
scrlbeil' for school p^urposes: ' 

Seacrlptlon of Zianda 

Sections forty-eiglit (IS) and forty- 
nine (^49»; 

Lot eighteen (18) of Section Fifty- 
three (5.1). Map 205. ' , 

Lots "C". "ir*. "E", "F", of Section fif- 
ty-seven t&7). Map 123; 

Part one hundred and flfty-flvo .(156) 
feet by forty-fqur (It) feet of Section 
Fifty-eight ('18). In. a square block in the 
Southwe.st corner ' thereof ; 

Lots "A", 'ir'. "D". "t'^". "F", of S'ec- 
ll(m Sixtv-four ( (54). Map 12.1; 
— Sj>uth half (H) of Section Slxty'»flve 
(65). ■ ' 

Part on<> liuridre<l s\nd Mfty-five (155) 
feet h.V <'lghtV-e!Klit ■<-'<H) feet of North 
half (H» nf Section Sixty-five (65); 

South half (H) "f Section Fifty-four 
(54). except that part thereof conveyed 
by M,irla fjoodncre to George Stelly by 
deed dated the 14th March, 1895; 

All In Spring Rhlge Victoria City, and 
said lands '-Khnll hencefofth be held hy 
the Cxirporaf Ion. for school purposes. 

!. The said sum of $13.00(i shall be 



nected with tho preparation and ■engrav- 
ing' or lithographing of the debentures 
and- coupons, or . any discount or ..com- 
mission, or other charges- incidental- to 
thie -sale of the said debentures. 

7. If deemed advisable by the Mayor 
there shal l, In thp said— debentures, be 
reserved ttntie Corporation tho right 
upon any future consolidation of the 
debenture indebtedness of the City to 
substitute debenturea-or such consolida- 
tion secured upon" the credit of the City 
generally. Such consolidated deben- 
tures shall contain tho*" like covenants, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained \\\ the debentures, i-ssued 1 n. 1)11 Kk 



suance of this By-law, and in each de- 
benture Issued hereunder a clause con- 
ditioned for such substitution may be 
inserted. 

S. For the purpose of raising annually 
the required sum for the payment of the 
interest on the said debentures during 
their currency.' there shall be raised an- 
nually the sum of $2,000. and . for the 
payment off of the debt at maturity 
there shall he raised annually the sum 
of $1,200,60, and both sums shalj be 
raised annually by a rate suftlclent 
therefor qn all ^rateable land and Im- 
provements or real property In the City 
of Victoria during the continuance of 
the said debentures, or any of them. 

9. This By-law shall, before the final 
passing thereof, receive the assent of 
the electors of the said Corporation In 
the manner provided for in the Munici- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take e'ffecl. on 
thf day after the final passing thereof. • 

1.0. This By-law mav be cited as the 
"$50,000 .School Loon By-law, MlO." 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
lath day of August.. 1910. " , 

TAKE -NOTftn/rrhat th<» abov.e is a 
true copy of tire proposed By-law. upon 
which the vote of the Munlcipallfy. will be 
taken at the building known aW Num bers 
1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's BflTraing). 
Broad Street, .on Monday, the 29th day 
of August, 1910, that the polls will be 
kept open between the hours of 9 a.m. 
and 7 p.m., and that Mr. W. W. Nbrlh- 
cott I1.1S been appointed the Keturnlng 
Officor of the said .vote. 

' K. W., liRADLEY 



111 hoKraplilnK___^ 
coupori.s. or any' dlscTiunt or conVinlsslon. ' 
or other charges lncldenl:il I" I In- sale 
of tho said debentures. 

7. It deemed advisable hy the Mayor, 
there shall. In the .'said dohenlures. ha 
i-eserve<l to the Corporation the right 
ur)on any future consolidation of ih/^ 
debentures indebtcdncsH of .th<,^ City Ifo 
suhstlhite debf'titures tif^su.eh consolida- 
tion secured //pon the crerllt of the City 
generally. .S^cli consolidation deben- 
tures shall contain the like covenants, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained. In the debenturteM Issued In pur- 
suance, of this bylaw, arid in *ach de- , 
henturo Issued hereunder a- clause con- ' 
ditloned foi" such substttu.tlop may be 
ins^'ried, 

8. For the purpose, of; raisingr annil- 
ally the-^ required sutoi for the payrii^nt 
of the interest on the- said debentures 
during their clirrericy,' there shall, be 
raised iinnually the sum of $3,000. and 
for- the purpose of creating the flinklrtg 
fund aforesaid for the .payment off of 
the debt at maturity there shall- be 
raised a,nnually the sum of $491.25 and 
both 8,ald efums Khali be raised annually 
by a i-ato suffclent therefoi^ o»» a),l ratp- 
ablo land and liriprovenierits or real 
property in the clt.y ot Victoria during 
the continuance of the Bald debentures 
or )iny of them. : — 

0. This bylaw shall before the final 
passing thereof receive the assent of 
tlte elc<:tor» of the ..said corpoi-atlon In 
the .manner provided for in the Munici- 
pal Clauses^ Act. and shall take effect 
on the fifth day after the finiil passing 
thereof., 

10> This bylaw may be qited as- the 
Dallas Road Foreshore Bylaw, 1910. 

Passed the MiJnUiipal Council on tho 
loth day of August, \^W. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above la ,'\ 
true copy of the proposed bylaw, upon 
W-hlch the vote_of the municipality will 
be taken ,at the building known aft 
Numbers 1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's 
buildlngJ Broad street, on Monday, the 
■^'n',. >i=.vv r.f A..p-..,=t xyxo, that the 



7 



City Clerk's Offit 
Victoria, B.i 



Ac 



MC 



A_BY4.Ai;^ 

* 

To Balae >7S,000.00 fur tlie Protection ol 
the Forasborcf of Dallas Boad 

WHEREAS the Council of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of'Vlctorla have decided 
that it Is necessary to erect a, permanent 
paid out of corporate ninne.v.s ;Cnd raised prwteclion against the" action of "the .sen 
with the school rate for the year 1910 'on the foreshore bencat'E l.)allas li-jad, 
for tho purposes h«>rptajcfit'ted. and there 1 eOTniTf»>ncing af a point apprO»lmatj?ly 
shall he paid out of t-lje corporate monevs •"-OO feet Easterly of where Montreal 
In the years l9lO. 1911 and 1912 thejiro- ' Street produced wo uld touch the sear 



polls 
win be kept open between the hours of 
9 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m., and 
that Mr. W. W. Northcott has been ap- 
pointed the Returning Officer of the 
said vole. 

E. W. BRADLEY, 

Acting C. M. C. 
City Clerks Office, Victoria. B. C, 
August j'th. 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



portion of t^ie cost Incurred during cuc'h 
j-ears of the recited works upon tlie said 
site and the »a^A moneys so p«4<l shall 
be raised ajinually .with the school rat'e. 

3. This By-law- shall before the final 
prisslnir thereof receive t-he assent of the 
electors -ot the City entitled to vote on 
monev By-law's. 

4. This Bv-:lnvy may for alt purposes be 
cited -as' the "^''tiring • Ridge I4,and8 Au- 
thority By-law " ■ 

Passed the Municipal Council this loth' 
day of August, I9l0. 

TAKE ."VOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of the propostvl BvrTaw". upon 
wWch trie vote of the Munlcfpaltty will bo 
taken at th« building known as Numbers 
1417 and 1-»19 (Mr. Meston's Building) 
Broad Street, on Monday, the ?9th day of 
August. 1910, that the polls will be kept 
.open- bet ween the hoti.rs of 9 o'clock a.m. 
and 7 o'clock p. m . and that Mr. W. W. 
Northcott has ke.err appointed the -Re- 
turning Officer of tlip said vote. 
K W. BRADLEY. 

Actfne C, M, O, 

Citv Clerk's Office, \ i' C,. 

AuguVit 17th. 191(i. 



A BY-LAW 

^o Baita $60,000 for Sohool Pnrpoaea. 

WHEREAS. tht^Counc.n oiP the Cor- 
poration of the City of Victoria are re-< 
quired to raise the sum of $50,000 gross 
on the requirement of the Board of 
School Trustee*, for the purchase df a 
site and the ei*ctIojj o-f a new school with 
school grounds at the corner of Bank 
Street n,nd Lelghton ..Street. and for cer- 
tain additions to the .school and grounds 
at VUstorla West, and for the Improve-: 
ment of the school site and grounds at 
Kingston street. "Including In each case 
tho purchase of the necessary land: 

AND. WHEUEAS. tho whole rateable 
land and Improvements or re.i I property 
of the said .Corporation of the City of 
Victoria, according to tho last revised 
assessment rqll for tho year 1910. wai 
$32,089. 9.3'7: .. 

AND WfifEJlEAS. the total amount 
required to be ralsetl annually by rate 
for paylnjr Iho debt wlijch will be creti- 
ted hereunder aji(i<- the interest thereon, 
and for cicRAlng an annual sinking fund 
f.or tho pnymerit ofil of the said debt 
within tvventy-Hvp years, according to 
la^w. la |!l,2O0,80. v ■ • ' 

AND WHEREAS. It will reiqviiro an 
annual rate of .1197 of one mill on the 
dollar for payyi« tho new debt and In- 
terest: , • ■ . 

. AND WHEREAS, this By-law may. 
not ho. altefPd or repealed except wlth^ 
consent of tho Lleutenant-Oovernor-ln- 
■(?ountll:. 

THEREFORE, tlie Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City— of Vlc- 
•torla enacts asi follows:— — -: 

1. It 9ha41 be lawfulfor th* Alayijr ot 
the Corponat-lon of the City of Victoria 
to hnrrtv-w upon tfie credit of the sahl 
Corporation by, w'liy ' of Ihd debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from any person 
or persons, or body or' b<idles corporate. 
vvhc may b<> willing to. advance the same 
us a [loan, a sum of money not exceedhi!^ 
in the whole the sum of $50,000 grosn 
sterling money, at the rate of 4.86 2-!!: 
dollars to the one pound sterling, an.! 
I<) cuusi''!nU su< h siuns so raised or re- 
ceived to be liald into the h.'imlx ..c ttio 
Treasurer of the said (;,'orp' 

(he I'lll'Ii"'^''" "•"•l with the I' 

led.. 

he 



i or 
; e- 



Inv, 



t,ir .•■'M.-n .s|ii;i.s n 
exceedliiK, howcv 
either In currcnc 



:ihci' of dyhen- 

'ed and Issued 

rci'iulnd, not 

iini of $,'iO,00(i, 

rilng money at 



t.he tale afoi-esaid), ooi-h of the said rle- 
hentures being <:>f the amount of $1,000, 
and all .such d^^ ^t'nt urcs shall lie sealed 
with the seal of the said Corporation 

;iii.l :.'::!.; : . i ' ■. r^IuyOr thereof. 



shore; thenco Easterly along t he" sh ore 
approximately 1C4 feet to t!ie WiBSTGl'l y 
limit of where Lewis Street produced 
would touch tholsiashore. protecting' the 
said foreshore by means of.a reinforced 
concrete wfjll on plans approved by the 
lOngin.eer of the Department of Lands 
and Works oi the Province of British 
(:;olunibla and to extend from a solid 
foundation, at approximately lowest tide 
-to the height of the' finl,shed roadway on 
Dallas Road; ' : ,' 

AND ■VVHEREAS It is estimated that 
the said work will cost $100,000. of 
w'hlcli Sum the City provides by this By- 
Law $7.5.000. and the Province of British 
'(*t»lumhla has iigreed to' provide $25,000; 

AND WHEREAS the whole ratable 
land and Iruprovements or real property 
of the said Corporation of t^"' t'ity' of 
.Victoria according to the last revised a^- 
•Messment roll for the year lOio, was $.12.-. 
089,937; . * 

'a'S'D WIH5REAS the total amount re- 
quired to be raised annuall.v by rate for 
the paying of x\\t\ debt which wl.ll be 
created hereunder and th*> Interest 
thereon, and for creating- ari aivnual sink- 
ing fund for |,he paymcntfOff of the said 
debt within fifty years, a'ccording to law 
Is $.'!,491.25; / 

AND WHEltEAS this By-Law may not 
bo altered or repealed except with the 
consent of the Lieuten.ant-Oovernor-in- 
C.ouncll: 

THEft EFORE the Municipal crourcll 
Of the (.;orporatlon of the City of Victoria 
enacts' as follows: 

1. U shall be lawfril for the -Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of tho sald. 
Corporatlon b.v way of the debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from any jierson 
or person s.< or hod.v or bodies corporate, 
who may be'willing to advance tho same 
n.s a lonh, a Rum of trioney not exceed- 
ini* In the jvhole the sum of $75,000. cur- 
rency or sterling money, at the rate of 
4.86 2-3 dollars to. the one poiind sterling, 
and to cause all 'huch sums 'so raised or 
received to be paid Into the hands of the 
Treasurer of the said Corporation for 
the purposes and with the object herein- 
before recited. 

2. It shall 'he Ifewfful for the said Mayor 
to cause any number of debenturo.«i to be 
made, executed and issued for such sums 
as may be required,- not exceeding, liow- 
ever. the stim of $75,000, either, In cur- 
rency or sterling money (at the rate 
aforesaid) each ri.f the said debentures 
being of tho amount of $1,000, and all 
such debentures shall be sealed with the 
seal of the said Corporation and signed 
by the Mayor thereof. - 

It shttllhe lawful for thf safd Mnynr 
in his discretion to fllternatel.v cause 
each of. the said dcheritures to he made, 
exectitotl and isisued for an amount of 
£100 Sterling, and one if neceasary for 
a les*^ sum In sterling money' to ' ^m- 
pjete the authorized Issue. 

S. The said debentures shall he.Tr rjote 
of the fifth d.ty aftrr the final |iassln,if 
of this By-law-, and shall be made pay- 
able in fifty years from i1ate, al such 
place elthi^- In the Domtnhm of Canada, 
(Treat Britain; oi- the l'nited .Stales .of 
America, as may be designated Ihireiin. 
ami shall have attnched f.. them cou- 
pons for the iiaymeiit ..f, liil,-rest. and 
the signatures ol" the It ' -.mnons 

mav he either, written, st uinted, 

"■ ' "urapherl or eni^ri) \0i|, 

: The s:iid ileheiil ii!'e,s si: Jn- 

i,.,,.sl at Ihe rate ol" fiiur )>i , ...i,; per 
annum from tlu' dale thereof, which In- 
teresi shaH he payable half-yearly on 
!:inuaiy and 21st day of 
!:ice, either In tlw Dp- 
r ""iinada, OrCat Britain, or the 
(tites of America, as nja.y be ex- 
•' ' 1 -ntures and coupons, 
iwful for the said 
, I,,,,,... ill. said debentures and 
Interi'st coupons, either or bqth, to be 
made iiayabh" at such irtWfc, either In 
the Dominion of CJanadn, Great Britain, 
or the United States of America, n» 
may he' de.sired. ! ^ 

It shall bo lawrviT~for theTTgyor of 



To raise 915.000.00 for the Erection of 
. au Isolation Hospital. 

Whereas the Council of the Corpora- 
tion of the City of Victoria have decided 
'tliiif it is necessary to remodel and mod- . 
ernize the present IsolatJOn HospltaU 
and to erect -crrtalri''~6tFer •buiidings in 
connection therew;lth; 

~ AND. WHEREAS, it l.s Estimated that" 
Hie said works will coat ,$•20.000,00 of 
which the city,, by tlila bylaw, provides 
$15,000^0, and of which the Province 
of British Columbia will proyi<ie__LM.OO. 

AND. WiiEUEA S, the whole rateable 
land and Improvement^ of real property 
of the said Corporation of the City of 
Victoria according to the last revised 
ast^fessment roll for the year ■I9l0.,.^wa^!3- 
$32.(|S9.937.00. ., 

AND. WHERBAK, the total amount 
required to be raised, annually by rata 
for the paying of the debt which will 
be created hereunder arid tho interes-i- 
thej-eon. and fpr creating an annual 
sinking fund for the payment off of 
the ««I<1 debt within twenty-five years, 
according to law, is $960.15. r - ' 

AND, WHi'REAS, thjs bylaw may 
not be 'altered or repealed except with 
trio consent of ihc Lleulenant-Govemor- 
in-('ouncll; ' ' •" 

THEREFORK, the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vlc- 
t6ria~enacts as follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of". 
the Corporation of th& City of -Victoria 
to btirrow upon the credit of the said 
C9nJoratlon by the way. of the deben- 
tures hereinafter mentioned, frOm any 
peraonor 4>er8ons, or body or bodies cor- 
porate, who may be willing to advance.., 
the same as a loan, a sunt of money nqt 
exceeding in tlie whole the sum of,^$lB,- 
000.00 curre«cy, or sterling money at ' 
th6" rate of 4. '86 2-3 dollars to the one 
pound sterling, and to cliuse all Such 
sums so '"raised or received to be paid into 
the hands of the, .Treasurer of the said 
Corporation for the purposes and with 
the object hereinbefore, recited. 

2. it shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause any number of deben- 
tures to be made, executed and Issued 
for such sums as iriay be required, not 
exceeding, however, the sum of $15.- 
000.00 either In currency or sterling 
money (.at the ratp aforesaid) each Of 
the sald^ebentures being of the amount 
of $1,000.00 and all such debentiires 
shall be sealed With the seal of the said 
Corporation! and signed by the Mayor 
thereof. 

It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
in his discretion to alternatively caufe 
eacli of the Said debentures to bo made,, 
executed and 'issued for an amount, of 
£100 sterl+ng. and one if necessary for. 
a less sum In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized Issue, 

3. The said debentures ishall bear 
date of the day after the' final passlhg 
of this bylaw,' and shall bo made payr 
able In twenty-five years from said date, 
at such place either in the Dominion of 
Canada. Great Britain or the United 
States of America, art mAy be designated 
thereon, and shall have attached to 
them coupons for the payment of In- 
terest and the signa>tures of the inters, 
ei;t coupons may be either written, 
stamped, printed, .lithographed or en- 
graved. 

'4. The said debentures shall bpar In- 
terest at the rate of four per cent. per. 
annum from the date thereof, which 
interest shall bo payable half-yearly on ■ 
the, 21st day of January and 21st dajf 
Of .'luly, at such place, eliher In. the Do- 
tninion of Canada, Great Britain, or the 
U-^nltod States of America, ^3 may be 
expressed in the debentures and coupon. 

5. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause the said debentures and 
interest coupons, either or both, to be 
made payable at such place, either in 
the Dominion of Canada. (Kreat Britain, 
or the United States of America, as may 
be desired. 

6. It shall be lawful foi^the Mayor 
of the ssaid Corporation to .dispose of 
the said debentures at a rate-below par. 
and to atithorize tfte Treasurer to pay 
otit of the sums so raised by the salo 
of the s.-iid debentures all expenses con- 
nected With the prepo;ratlon and en- 
graving or lilliographlng of tlit> deben-' 
tures and coupons, or any discount or 
c'ommlsslon or other charges incidental 
to the sale of the said debentures, 

7. ff deemed advisable by tho Mayor"" 
there shall, In the said debentures, he 
reserved to the Corporation . tho right 
ut>on and future, consolidation of t)je-, 
debentur<'s indebtedness of the city-* to 
.substitute debentures of such consolida- 
tion secure, 1 i'*|fe(>n tho credit of the city 
generally. SucTi. consolidation deben- 
tures shall contain the ilka covenants, 
conditions- and restrictions as are con- 
tained In. the debentures Issued in pur- 
suance of this bylaw and in each de- 



tho : 

.ltil\ 



:\la-- ■> 



Ih. 



bent 6 re 
ditloned 
insertcii 

. S. Fo: 

ally .the 



under a clause con- 
uhstltutlon may ho 



irpose of raising Annu- 
■d sum for the payment 
of the Interest on the said debentures 
during their currency, there shall he 
raised annually the sunt of $GO0.00. and 
for the purpose' of creating tho sink- 
ing fund aforesaid for the payment off 
of tlie debt at maturity there shall ho 
raisetj annually the'suni of $;ttiO. 1,^. arid 
both said .sums shall ho raised nnnuall.v 
by .1 rate sufficient therefor on all 
rateable land and Improvements or leai 
property In tho city of Victoria during 
the continuance of the said debentures 
or any of them. ' •- — 

9. This bylaw shall before the final 
passing thereof receive the assent of 



1 Corporation to dispose of tho 1 tlie electors of tlie said Curporat'on In 



/ 



Saturday, August 27, 1910 



VICTORIA 



DAILY COLONIST 



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.tlifi mannpi- provldod fur In the AliinUl- 
P«l (.:iaust><!i Acl, and shall takft effect 
oil the day after the Miial ixihsIhk 
thereof. 

10, This bylaw tn.iv iw ciii-d a.s the 
ISolalHiii Hnspll.il H\law. liihi. 

I'aBHfd th« Muiik-iiial Couiifil <>n tli.' 
Uith (day of AukusI, lit 10. 

'fAKK, XOTU:iO Ihrtt Iho atio\r If. a 
true copy of 'tlip pro|jo.Nt>(l l.sUiw. imh.h 
Whli-h the vo(<< of th<- Municipality will 
-Ix- taken at the hiillilInK known as Num- 
bf-rs HIT and 11!',! (Mi-. .Mi-nton's . imlhl- 
ing) Broad street, on .Monday, tli.> i:nili 
flay of .VuKusi. i;i|ti, ihm th.' pniis will 
bo kppt ..p,.|i l,..i\\i-,n 
o'clock a. 10. (liid f I. 
thai Mr. W. W x.uiliu 
I'olnlfd tio' K/toi Minn 
said vote. 

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Maid numlclpaUly, on Monday, tho 'Jt'.)l\i 
day of AuKUMt, r.UO, froin '.> a. m. to 7 
p. m., and to rfcorii thi'lr votos for or 
aRRlnst tlic pu.sHagc of the Oiuh^rKvoVi"' 
'rclcphono Hy-l-Hvv, lillO; Sewer bOan 
Cioaianti'e By-haw-, lull); KprInK Hidg« 
Land.s Aiilhority By-Law; $rili,(Hi(i School 
Loan l>y-l,uw, liuil; Dalla.s Itomt l''orc- 
Khorc Ity-haw, lOlD; l.solatlon Ho-spltal 
Bylaw, '1 '.Ul);^_J_^Lib|i£_t;()jivenlencc 1 .oan 
Bylavv^ IHTofji cop.vof w'h'lch b.V^Ttw ■■ 



council within I .'i day.s from the date oT 
the fir.st puhllcallon of this notice, the 
tUnnicir wlll,..jirocecd with the |)ropose<l 
linprovomoni upon .such terms mid coii- 
dltion.s n.s to the payment of tlie cost of 
.Miich liniirovenient i\» the (,'ouncH may 
lij' bylaw Iji that heliulf re>;ulale and 
dett nil inc. 

\\i:i.i.i.\(ri-'i,\ .1 I H i\\ I ,i:i;. 



ROYAL REALTY COMPANY 

Hru\ finlul)*. liiNiirunci- mid I Iniiiiihil .^KriilJiH 

CiiiM f.i liucrr uiid Niiluiw ruhllr 
riioIlK 2HU1 ' <n.'i lorl .sir.Tl 

(hJOUHl'ILUlNTr .SlTi:s 




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II. 



I $700 



COWAN AVK. 50x105. (128; 



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AUjKll.-l 



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ArlMiK I ■, 
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A BY-LAW 



To Baisa 930,000 for the 
the Pijbllo ConveuUncB. 



Erection of 



published In tbf 

il ml inpi, n '.^ I 1 I 

I I I \ I l;i I ! ;, Hi I 
l."Uili).; |)l^i. < 
And laK. .;,>! 

Ilnl I),- \-,all'l " 

i.'li- poll,., I in I 
I lir,-,'-tirt)is ,.!■ I 

( 1 U ,M1 II 111! 

itrillsli C.liii 

Kii.si. i:i|ii 

w 



\'lci,oin P,inv-<'"1. 



,,1 II.. 1 
I', ,-ii,-,'i 
I luircof 



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r lii.v I 
il'iii, I hi- 



K.- 



poll 

ihl 



-. : , -- ■, 'A ilj 

.ll.il-.S-4 { llO j 

bu at least i 



$400t'-^ 



—COWICHAN AYE. 51xrjr, (f.;)> 



|()00 



— f:BD.\ l: III 1. 1 . Rl). 60x1- 



II 



BRITISH AMERICAM TRUST 



i ;, , Oiil^ V >i iiCCr. 



\\ IIKUKAS, tb,' Council of the i:orpo- 
iHiii'n ■if the rity of Victoria, liuve de- 
1 1. 1,.,! that It is necessur.Y to erect a 
I'uhlic fonvenSonce iipoji t>rbperty of the 
Corporation .situated on the vyesJt.sWe «)f 
CiO\ornnient street, .south of the post- 
office' and north of the Causeway. 

.AM". WHIOItKAS, the whole rateable 
IhiuI ami Improveinents or real propert.v 
I'f 111,- .said Corporation Of llie City of 
X'lQtorIa accordhiR to the- last revised 
assessnunt roll for the-year 1910, was 
J32,08!*,937. > . ~^ ' ' 

AND. WHERKAS, the total amount 
required to be raised annually -by rate 
for the paying of the delit Which will 
be created hereunder and the interest 
thereon, and for creating an -annual 
sinking flmd for the payment off of the 
said debt within twenty-five years, ac- 
cordlns; to law, is Jl. 280.85. .a 

A.NI), WHBRBAi>, this bylaw may not 

Nibp altered or repealed except with the 

consent of tfie 1-ileutenani-Goverhor-liir 

Councll: , ■ I 

TH15REFORE. the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts as follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
tiie Corporation of the -City of Victoria 
to borrovs' upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by way of t!ie debentures 
licreinafter mentioned, from any Rerspn 
or persons, or body or bodies corpprale, 
who may be willing to advance the same 
as a loan, a sunf of money not exceed- 
ing In the whole the sum of $20,000 cur- 
rency, or sterlins: money at the rate of 
4.86 2-3rds dollars to the one pound 
sterling, arid to cause all such sums so 
raised or received toJ>e i>aid Into tho 
bands of ttre''' Treastire 

JDiEpoVatlon' for the purpose and with 

the object hereinbefore recited. 

2. It shall, be lawful for tile said 
Mayor to pause any number of deben- 
tures to he made, executed and Is-sued' 
for sucli sum.s as may be required, not 
exceeding, however, the .sum of jiio.oOO. 
either in currency or sterlins money 
(at the rate aforesaid) each of the said 
deb^nture.s being of the amount of 
$1.000,- m i d all such debentures shall be 
Sealed With the seal of the «?ald Cor- 
poration and signed by the Mayor 
thereof. 

It shall be lawftilfor the said Mayor 
Itnils dlstretlon to alternatply cause 
each of, the said -(Jcbeniures to be rftade, 
executed and Issued for an amount of 
flOO stet-Ilng. ami one If necessary, for 
a less -urii In Sterling nionpy to coijrv- 
plete the authorized' issue. 
, 3. The said debentures shall bear date 
of the dny after the final passing of 



Municipal Notice 

Municipal Bye-Election, 1910 

rriM.lC .\OTr,rK i,s lui-euy Ki>cn, to 
the lyiector.s of the iMunlclpality of the 
City of. Victoria, that 1 re(iuir»t ' the 
presence of the said Blectors in the 
t'oiirt noon\ >at t,he City Hall. 'Ih the 
aforesaid city on Wednfs<l,ay, tl)»? 24lh 
day of August, 1910, from 12 (noon) to 
2 p. m., for the purpose of^electint; a 
person to represent them In the Muni- 
cipal (.'ount'il as Alderman for Ward 
Nti. 2 to (111 the vat'ancy cuused by the 
reslKnailcin of Mr.- Wm. Henry Russell 
Hiimber,,^_ ,' ' • . - 

The mode, of nomination of candi- 
dates shall Iw as follows: • ' 

The candidates shall be nominated in 
writing, the writing ahall Ire .subscribed 
by two v oters of the inuniclpaiUy its 
proposer and seconac-r, and. shall he de- 
livered to the— fteturhing Officer at any 
time bet ween t he jlftte of the notice and 
2 p. ft], ot the day vf the nomlhation, 
and In the event of a poll being neces- 
sary such poll will be open on Saturday, 
the 2Tth day of August, 15)10. fri.<m 1< 
o'clock a. in. to 7 p. ni. In tho manner 
folio-wing: 

For the office of ALDKRMAN for 
Ward No. 2. in the Police Court iit the 
City Hall, of which every person Is 
hereby rotiulred to take notice and 
govern hlm.seif accordingly. 

Tli«-per8ons qualified to be nominated 
for and elected as Al.OERMAX of the 
City of Victoria ^hall Ise such persons 
as are male British subjects of the rnTI 

age of twenty-one yeaxsL and are not 

discjuattfied under any ^"'v and have 
beert for the six months next preceding 
the day of nomination the registered 
ovyner in the land renrisiry office of land 
of the said or real property in the city of Victoria 



C'orhiT 



r(IM|-.V.N\ . 

Hiiuud uiol 






.slrreln. 



1 jAI.I.A.'^ 1K)AU 
-» ' , rtinlci-st VDiMu- 



I Ik futui-i' 

aijy tfi-niM 



-,>i-, i. 



I1SK 111-' Tlll- 

aliiiiK 111'- (null , ; 
.1. .I'rU,- ?l,i(ilil ,11 



$050' 
$05(f 
1500 



■ DfCHKHS ST. 60x120. (89) 



■■ .1. }R 
( .1 a «) 


^tkbkt. 


CpH.NEU 


iin'i-1 s 


THBBy, 60x120. (116> 


;. i;Ay 


HXJ> 68x120. 


issif) , 



•^700 



ItBBJT, 50X11!!, 



iVO) 



of the" as.sessed value on the la.st niu 
niclpal a.sses.»ment roll of Hve luindjed 
flollars, or more, over and abovi'^ny 
registered j,Udg7nent .or charge, and who 
are otherwise duly qualified aamunl- 

'clpal voters. 

Olven under my hand at Victoria. 
Colutnbla, this , Ifith day of 
iltio. 

W.M. w. no.ijthcott. 

Returning Officer. 



British 

August. 



Tenders for Gar- 
bage Cans 



thl.«i bylaw, and shall be made payable 
In tw-enty-ftve years from said dale, at 
f-tiqii place,, Slither in the Dominion of 
Canada. CJreat Britain or the United i Uvered Whero 
btates of America, as may be d<fsighat*d 
ther opn. a nd shalj have nltached to 
tbem coupons for the payment of inter- 
est and the signatures of the Interest 
coupons may be either written, stamped, 
printed, lithographed or engraved. 

4. The said debentures shall bear In- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, par 
Snnum^from the dat? thereof.' which in- 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
•the 2lst day of .lanuary and 21st day 
cf Jul >•,"■•»>* such place, either in the Do- 
.•i,ilnlon of Canada. Great Britain or tho 
Knltert ft>tai«8 of America, as may: be ex- 
prep.sed' In the dc*l)enlure and coupon. 

5. It shall be lawful foi^ the said 
Mayor to cauwp the' said debentures and 
inter«'st coupons, elthei- or both, to l«? 
made pa.vable »C such .'place, either Iti 
the Dominion of Canada. Great Britain 
or the United States of .\merlca. as may 
be desired. *• • " 

a. .it shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the, said Corporation to- dl»po8«» of the 
KBld debentures at a rate below, par. 
and. to authori'/.e the Treasurer to pay- 
out of the si'uns so raised by the sale 
of.t'ne said debentures all expipri.ses con 



» 1- I'll t,t9 (,-,-, ba 
tiii-ke(i. tmiiai-. 



111, . 1 
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irr,. dBx 



rw 



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V,Jl,\l(OUM 



.MOUBRN Bt^NOAIiOW 

putiKfUle street, $4,000,. 



O.N 



HAUMl.\(iI01( 
oiu-thirrt 
mon.lhB, 



AVKNCE. -LOT, 
rt CHiih, UalHnce 11. i:; 



,«i,'-'; 

and 



taiXTEEIN 

1^- . Saanloh; 

plectt o,n th» markvL' 



ACRISS WATSIRKaON'TAOK. 
eait Hide; the luweat priced 



]$7r)0- 

Ctt'T'X A— i) (li?S StTREBT, "fiflx 129. 



\, 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

tuMr.vNV. 

Keal Ualate l-'louuclul uiid lUNiirauro Aceots 
riiune St62 B18 Vali-s »ireel. 



/1HESTER .«»TREET. LOT BpjtlJO. Price 
^— ^ $l.2So; og. ti rm». 

rriEN ACRES. GOOD LA.VD. ONLY .4^ 
' mil. -8 from olty; . partly cleared. PrUv 



*|ai)n p.r aei -f. , " 

jLjIX-HOO.\l HOUSE. DOCOl-A.S STH 
►P fully inrxlern. Price |2,S00{ tf-rin 



EET. 

a. 



^IX-ROOM 



lot 



COTTAGE. 
70x135, Prtp.r— 



WORK STREET, 
(2.S00: trrms. . 



SCOniSH iitALTY CO. 

Room I. Challonor Block. Tatea itraat. 

atxi bank. ~" 



Block. Tate* 
Phona 1«01. 



AKl.VE 
tine 



E.UAIRy KARM, 180 ACRES OF 
latid, 35 acirn* under cu/ltlvation, 
(;i'uvvB good eropa in tlie dryegt 'iuhho^t: 
watii- laid on b.v* uravlty from/ funk on 
l>n«l)ei-ty to house. Kaidxn. l>avn. aluhbt an<; 
TaRT Bain with fftnhilnff (oy 1 1 cowa and 
thi'-e hui»,-«. alao some box alalia, mochlne 
shed. .bUirg.\ tiuuse and Kranary with lofi 
^above; two pig styes, llirf'w fowl houses, 
with >wlr«> runs, good 4-room 'Junjae witfi 
wood 8h,-d: good modern ■ houae -with rWTT 
cittlne roonia. four t)edruoma. Ultctfrn 
iry, illiilngruom, tialhrooni. hot ond ' cold 
«avi r. se'ptic lank, workahop, etc. Sim k 
eonslsis or light cowa »om<' of which arp 
•Piu'l-lju.'d j)ure-hi-<>d Hcilau^ln buiy calf and 
Ihi're hurara, braiaeS calves, eliliketi*. eii- 
Tftls la imt' of the, be^V forma In Wile District 
and Is onjy one mile (Vrom Weaimjlmc! Price 
»l«.Oi)0; half cash, bolancp In « years. For 
,i^iirih<r particulars apply to this offlec. 



(V 



Tenders will be received by %hf un- 
dersigned up to ) IV in .111 Monday, the 
29th' day of .XugUst, for the makin g [ 1 318 bougua St 
and' supplvlnp- tnnil moff or Ii?-»s. gar- 
baife cans as so much .apiece, to he de- 
reqult^d In city. The 
body, taj) aDd^bottom ara to be made 
of 24 gau^e galvanized iron. AM han- 
dle.", bands, channel Irons and Ttrtns to 
conform in every way eijual to the, sam- 
ple, to he seen it? the office of the 
purchasing ais-ent. The contractor will 
-require to enter ffjto a, contract with 
the corporation for the ftilflllij:rem of 
the abov«, which will .state the amount 
and when required. The lowest or any 
tender not n<;ces»arily accepted. 



CITY BROKERAGE 

Uiipoaliis Mcrclianta Bank 

OCR SPECIALTV 1.>=I HOfSES 
III around and see our window., 
I'l'^EHAVE JCST HAD LISTED WITH t S 
»» -two' lots on the. Esqul-'inult road run- 
ning through, front) slr.-ei i.v atr'ei-t.w 50x^10 
feet, both rnllrely (rre of ro.-k. One lot in-' 
oii'hard. Thrae. ,ots are In a good toiallly 
:uirt ari- worth yoilr oonsld.'ratt.vn , threo 
\i«ra to pay for th.'m If desired. They or.- 
both .voura foir ll.ggO.. 



$550 



Kl.NU'.S UOAD, &.OX100, . («21) 



^KINO'S ROAi).^54»nO. (Ut) 



(s»a) 



"ft-TOOi ) -^*'t».VTKRKV AVE. 4*'^: 
^»K j-y-^pRlOB STREJiT 50x127 
S-rypr— liASiL AVE. Mxiso. (uoi 



« t21i«) 



(24 



TTT 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

lleom 7. Muh.iu Blk. Ul 



Gvvnnni^nl St. 
Tsl. 1«U. 




circle. 



i'-(irn 

within I 



LOTS. 

., iiille 



$3,500 



Pl'RCH.VSEH 
house on Ih, 



A 81.V-ROO.VI 

■ Irpet car Hue, 



James. Bay. 



c 



^OLVILLB 8TUEET- 
one $800. another 



'rwii 



LOTS. 6Ix2!)8, 



PL'm'HASKK ONE ACRE JOl.V- 
tlP O ,< iJV>V/ inti "Ity lonlm, ua'd na chic- 
ken raJieb and planl'-.l «l»h fruli tn-.-s. 



C, H. RICHARDSON 

«16 Fort Stt-Brt. »:> • n 1. I pjtulrs 
mERXWOOD ROAD_.<IX KUOM HtJCSR. 



r.*i.M, f-«Bh. t>Hl^n.' 



I nt «i 7 T>er .-ent. 



ITtEWNWlWD ROArP-t»IX ROCU HOt'SE. 
. two loTSTTfOO cash, balaocc tSO month- 



ly. 



pfir crnt. 



DOUOILAS STREET 
rpon-is. threo-quarli r» 



Ml'NfSALOW. SIX 
i\ J2.500; cash 



CANCEI.Z.ATION OF HXSEBTZ. 



NDTICI-; I.s hereby given that the U>-.- 
Kci \ <|- .'.M.-^tlng on crown luml^s In tlu! 
vicinity of Bi'.blne l.ak.', and situate lii 
CasMlar Dlistrlct, noli,.;e nt vslinli lurur 
lug date .Juno ;iOth. I'VOH, was puh- 
Uslied in the BrllLsh Columbia Caioetie, 
diittU July :;nd, lyoii, 1b cancelled. 
UtHUCRT A. RKNWICK, 
Deputy Coniniis.'iioiuT uf Lands. 

Lanil.s l.>,'parliiieni. \'lcturla, B. C, 
Ju.ne IGth. iUlO. 



► ♦•/-•■ •♦•♦-♦■■♦-•- ♦ -♦ ■♦ ♦♦■♦■< 

Births Marriages, Deaths 



r'HTLAS llSSOmiNCE CO., LTD 



(K.stttMl,- 



• 1 p:"S ) 



BORN. 




NOTICE XO CONTBAQTOBS. 

S'EJaILED tenders. ' Buperscrlb«a 
."Tetjder for School at. MI.'=Kl.>n, ,B. C.," 
win be, received by fhe Hotiopabl^ the 
Mlnlpter, of Public Works, up to noon of 
Monday,, the 22jid August. 1910, for the 
ei*ectlon and comiiletion of a four- 
roomed timber frftnaed BC,ht>plhou8o at 

Mission, ''■:■, , ■ 

.Plans, specifications, contract, 'and 
forms of tender may be seen on and 
after the 4tli''aay Of August. 1910. at the 
offices of , the Government Agent, -New 
Westminster; R. C. Abbott, Esq., Kecme- 
tary^-to School Tru'Btees, Mission; J. .H. 
Bowrnari, Esq., aiolijtect, 112 Crown 
Building. Vancouver; and at ■ the De- 
partment-of-^I'ubllc Works, Victoria. 

-Each proposal must be accompanied 
by an accepted bank- cheque or certifi- 
cate of deposit on a- chartered bank of 
Canada, made payable to the Honorable 
the Minister o f Publ ic Works for a sum 
equivalent to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the fender, which shall be forfeited 
If tho party tendering decline to enter 
into contract -when called upon to do bo, 
or if be fall to complete the woi^k c. in- 
fracted for. The cheques or certificates 
of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers 
wlJJ., l)e returned -to~them upon the exe- 
cution of tho contract. 

Tenders Will not be considered unless 
made out on the' forms suppl ied, si gned 
wlth^ the actual signature of the "ten- 
derer, and enoloaod In the envelopes 
furnished. 

The 'lowest or any tender not neces- 
Earlly accepted. . . 

F. C. GAMBLE, 
Public Works Engineer. 

F'ubllc Works Department, 

Victoria B. C. 2nd August 1910. 



l'l!OCK'l'EI;--T.. 
t.-i-. fi.'iS Men/.), 

■.'.Ill, 



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AmuuM '-.'l.th 
I . I lea \ ill.-, a 



tin; ■■ 



MAKBIED. 

XI'JW'MAN-.IACK.SDN iMi li. ' 

at "I .S t.'aledonia n \ >-, ii-- c ■ I ; i 

!■;. llolllny., Wm. John Newiii.in. .I,"i-, 
don lOng. to Gertrude Ellis. yHiii;^.-;' 

daughter of Mr.-an.i Upt* W-, i' •i'"''^- 
son of _ thl.s "city. ,' ' , 

' iV . 1 1 , un iii t. i ' .. -r-^ ' •■ . ' i.. ,„. ; , . . : '-. ..f I 



I , ..- _ . , ,, , 

I Capital and Funds lor security of 
policyholders exceeds$26,0UO,OJ0 

ri.e uii,|i'i-,-iv;ii, il iia.H siu-i eeiteil to thi 
a;;--,-;r> .1 i , -niiiany formerly held 

.i;. ■.!'• ! 1 I ': l»on Coinpany. 1.4,1, . 

iiii.l I ^ ivo prompt attention i., ..1 

coiiM . ions regarding new l.u: u. ,-..-1 

"!■ ill. -.1.:^ icquircd on existint; poll- 
I'.,' 1 - I' > .i-lUieas all cotnuiiicalions 

t 4 ' J. G.- ELLIOTT. 

- ^-epffpr Vancouver Island. 
1 - 1 :; Dread .gj,, '.VliCtOrla, - B. C. 



I'. O. liux 4ilO. 



X^huLo 50. 



JOI-TN'I'ribN.W-Ai .lubllee hosjiltal, .on 
the 28th in»t.. .lames J.phn)«tofl, jif 
.1712 Dtetiman Piieet. ageii &p yJ BarB. a 
native of Ontario. . :,; — • ' . ., . ; ■ 
The ftinerai nilK takei pl^pi? pn Sub- 
day^, AU«ust 2S11V. 'At 2:8(> p, ni» itfom 
thi) .rcsldenco, 17;i2 Den«?iin ,;8t>"eet, 
whore 'ser-vlcca will be held: 

l-'rlends please accept this Intimation, 
lnterm<}nt In Ross Bay . ClBmottiry. 

MClSl!S:R-rOn the 2 ;, lb' Inst., .at th« f»ml ly. 

/i-esldeiice, «:;aUHlt')Ala 'avenue, 'T^a.nifyy 

David Moses, a native, of Walerf, afeed 

79 yeats. — , ■ ., ■ " 

Notice of the funeral will be slven 
later. , ' 

The fttneral of the (ate -Daniel D. 
Moses will take, place on i-^unday niorn- 
liig at 11 o'clock from the Hanna chapel 
from where the cortege will proceed to,^ 
the English church a,t North Saanlclt. 
tier vices will be condiicted there- and 
the remains will -be interred . In the 
churchyard. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments, Tablets. Granite 
Copings, etc.. at lowest prices 
conalatent with first class stock 
and Tvt rhmanshlp. 

A. STEWART , 

Cor. Tates and Blanchard Sts. 



NOTICE. 



■|7<DWARD STREET, . IcTOHIA "WaSX 
X-J two storey houae. ».1,uHii-; cash 1300, bal- j 
ance to suit. 



IjrAlRriELp E.STATE. 
. --Olive atreel, foin 
1700 each: cash $100 at 



m;a« ('AR 1<INE 
IdlB each 60xl:'0. 
$10 month. 



A 

64x135 



BI^OCK Oir EIGHT LOTS NEAR DAL- 
■ laa road,' on Mo«a »tr.-pt, each lot ll 
Price 14.400: average J5oO «ach. 



HiNKSON SIDDALL & SON 

p. p. Box 177 New Grafid Theatr* Building. 



tw 



W.M, W, .N'OnTHCOTT. 

fnrchiiMing Agent. 



■10. 



<"lty Hall. .August - 1 . ; 

NOTICE. 



The Municipal Council of .the Corpor- 
ation of t.he t-'ty of t.'lctorjla having iW- 
termlned that It Is desirable: 

I: To grade, drum and puv,- with, 
asphalt Uoveinment' stl-eet. from Hellc- 



vllle street lo Mlch.igan street, and to 
iiected with the, preparation and engrav-,; construct boulevards ,(lnclud!i,g niain- 



Ing or lithographing of the debentures 
and coupons, or any discount or cbm- 
missiion or other charges Incidental to 
the sale of the said debentures. 

7. If deemed advi-^able by the Mayor 
Ih'erc shall, in the said debentures, be 
,1 eserved to the i.'orporatlon the right 
upon any /iiture c«onsolidation- of the de- 
bentures indeWednefiS of the ' cft.v to 
substitute debenture?* of such consoli- 
dation . secu'r*ed_upon the' credit of. the* 
city •ffenerally. -Such consolidation de- 
bentures shalK contain the like cov<>- 



tenance) curbs and gutters. on . both' 
sides- of said sitieet between !!!iJ|>ei-hir 
street and MI.Lhiga'n street. Including 
the reconstiiictlon of (putters on botil 
ifides. of said' street, between HelleVllle 
str.^t and ^Superior street and the cost 
of rateraH connections to .setters, surface 
drains and water mains, and movftig 
poles If neces'<ary. ■ ' ■ - 

2; To grade, drain and macadamlJie 
with biturneh.- (Jov'ernment street be'-- 
twe.-n .Vlagara stie-t and Dallas roa.l 



HEWLINGS & CO. 



110^ Broad iilr««c. 

^i<,OUlr*'*Tnrrr iioxi 



Pbona 1TI4. 

OT. OAK BAr DIS- 

00 feet. H600 caah ) 



SLSOOni^t 



TWO CORNER LUTS OX 

f line. .. ' 



i«,ooo 

gui.>d vPvA-; 



FOR HOCS^E AND 1^ ACRES, 
Victoria Arm (Pprtag^ Inlot); 
g'jod Well of water. 



GORD 
l>er 



DO-V HEAD R9ADr-28 AC^BS. 

cr<?. 



t70f 



[OXTREAL STKBET, 
S2.800. 



HOUSE AND LOT 



$4,500- 

.-'ultlvaled. 



-HAANICH t)lSTRICT. FOR W 
acres with small houae. partly 



-|-£»A ACIIE.S. MPhOAT LAKE. 40 CHAINS 
JLOV/ waierfriint. $70 t>cr acre 

(■AlTy PROPEUTY; OOOD l.N'VEST.MENTS, 
J on, Douglas. Johiisoh and Yalea street. 



j,^ „ ^- , , and to construct gutters on botii sId 

nants. conditions and restrictions nsa,:e!of said street, Inclu.ijng the cost 



contained In the. debenture issued Ifi 
pursuance of this bylaw, and In ' each 
debenture Issued hereunder a clause 
conditioned , for such substitution may 
be inserted. 

For the -pui-pose of ralsln«5— annually 
the required sum for the payment of 
tlLc Interest on the said debentures dur- 
ing their-currency. there shall be raised 
annually the stim of $800. and for' the 
purpose of creating the sinking fund 
aforesaid for the payment' off of the 
debt at maturity there shall be raised 
annually the «*um of ,J-IS0.2"> and hOtli 
said sums shall be raised. an- 
nually by a rate sufficient thore'for 
on all ratable land and lmprovemen<s 
or real property In the City of Victoria 
during the continuance of the said de- 
bentures or any of them. 
. -9. This bylaw shall before the final 
paB."»lng thereof receive the assent, of 
the electors, of .the said Corporation in 
the manner provided for in the Munici- 
pal' Clauses Act, and shall tak e effect 
on the day lifter th« ^ final- .. ipaaaing 
thereof. s . 

10. This byTatv may he cited as. the 
Pijbllc Convenience liOan Byla<v, 1910.- 

Passed the Municipal Council tjn the 
15th day of .liily, 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the rihove Is a 
true copy of the propos«'d . byla%v. iipoti 
which the vote of the Municipality will 
be taken at the building known jts Num- 
bers M17_and 11,19' (.Mr. .Meslon's biiild- 
ingit Broad street, on Monday, the 29th 
drty of Angus], 1910, that the polls will 
be kept open between the hours of 9 
o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p, pi., and 
titat Mt^. W. W. NoMhcfljt has been ap- 
pointed ilie Returning Oifficer" of the 
said vote. ' 

^. W. BRADLEY. 

Actln'B C, M. C. 

ritjr Clerk's Office. Victoria. B. C. 
August 17th, 1910. , — 



of sur- 
face drains and sewer tonnecilons. and 
water main, and mov'ing of poles. If 
necessary: . ' • ' , 

;;. . To widen sidewalks and t.o, con- 
struct curbs and gutters on both sides 



E. HENDERSON & CO 

Sylvester BItk-k, Room Oae,-31l 'tatea Strdet 

■|£?/iACRE.S OF UOOD LAND l.N CHOICE 
•AvIV/ pan "of Manitoba, nunr church and 
school; pnt" mile from town; price $20 acre. 
Will es.'hang.- for city property. ^ 



of Yates sli-.jet between Dougla.s .-i i . oi I TToCtiE AND TWO^ f^OTS ON QlJAblU 
and Blanchaid avenue; ii .ir*et; fruit iro<>a' and all' modern con- 



Municipal Notice.. 



1 — Underground 

1 '1 1 n 

' ver Loan 



Telephone By-Law, 
(^'uarantee By.-Law, 
ands Authority i 

:.niih n\ T . 



I: To construct curbs and gu 
bolli .Glides of Quadra streei ii'uni 
Blanchard avenue t/> Ifandora avenue. 
, ii: To. pave Wltl> a.sphnlt Vancouver 
street from I'aJidora avenue to- th" 
south line of Burdette avenue (road 
way 32 feet wide) Including cost of 
sewer, surface' drains and water later- 
als; 

«: To pave •with hlturnous tbacadaiti 
Vanc.-iuver street from, tbo srmth .<itrte 
of Burdette Avenue to Hpniboidt st,re'et 
(roadway 32 feet widf) Including <:o»t 
of sewei-, Surface, drill n and water later- 
als: -' . . > 

7: To grade; drain and p'ave with 
asphalt lOort street from Yatea sUeet 
to.. St. Charles stt'eet. Including cost af 
Stutters on both sides of Hald »tl^eel, al- 
so all necessary wnnectlons lo sewers, 
surface, drains and water maitm. 

S. To pave Rockland avenue with 
asphtrit, between Vancouver street and 
MoSs street (roadway ;tn feet wide) and 
to cohstruct eu.rbs; gutters and bpiile- 
yards an eat'h side of Rockjand averfue 
between Vancouyej- and Cook streets. In- 
cluding cost of Sflwer And surface drain 
latci-alK. . „ 

, 9: To pave with . asphalt' Richardson 
sijeet (roadway 26' feet ^n-ide lj<ifween 
curbs) and to ofinstruct boulevards on 
both .sides of said Street includiPK co.nt 
of sewer and surface drain lat'ernl.*. 

10: To widen, grade and rock sur- 
face Foul Bay road from Fairfield 
road, to where V\>u\ Bay Road tTrosses 
.Section 6X and that the said work shall 
he carried out lir accordance with the 
lirovislona of the Local Improvmucnt 
(Toneiial Rylhw and ainendmonts thereto, 
and the City Enfflnnpr and City Asses- 
■ ■aur. Iiayitig repoi-nyl to the p oiincll In ac- 
cor^lHW-e \v\Vii iTieT'ro^Tf*T7mH ofSfclion 
•f of Ki^ld b.vlaw:, Hjion each and etery of 
ttald Works of h^cal liripiovetnent -gh-- 
.Ing statements showing; the .amounts 
e.sUinMted to be chargable In each ease 
iicnln'^t the v.-irftiu;' -t)ortlonB , of .i-.-iil 

i. ,| by - ( 



price If 



ro<>a 
vi-nleinct-a-'- Will selL at a reduced 
taken on at once. Price $2,750. 

I^-'OLR LOTS IN NEW DIVISION. CLOSE 
la Qittd near toiuKt- »ciu>9li at $aso eachi 



LEE AND FRASER 

Rrsi Eatat« and Insiimnc^ Agruta, Troiiiice 
^.^_ Avcnua., 

©^fJ^QQ— WILL ^RCHASB A BIX 



enc«> »tr«>ot. 



room^ed. modern houae ' on Clar- 



ljg-| OAA--ONLy. rOH, TWO 0,00D LOTS 

|250CF 



on Mqntr«-al atrent. 



-roR 

tage. 



A FIVE 
cloae In, 



ROO.MBD COTr 

on Cnlllhson St. 



•fiJ^KMin"-^'"^"" "^^' TWO LOTS ON 
tJP'dtUUV Kingaton atrnet., fi good buy. 

ONLV_rOR A SEVEN HOOM- 
ed bungalow oti Meniica atreot, 
modern In every respect. 



$5250 



(lfc-1 Krin— '^'^f* ^ ^^"^ WELL SITUATED 
iJPXt/v/V/ dn Harbinger kvenuc. 



, p. ARTHUR RE A 

Real Satate, Insurance, ^ton^y to Loan, Bt& 
fhone ItSl. Law Chambers Bastion St ' 

I^IARM LA.VDSr-IMp'ROVEp, WILL EX- 
change ^ood larms In Manl.toba ;or 



fity property. 8«iVeral Victoria hcimes 
salo at reasonabia prices and t^rm* 



for 



ACRES.».aOOt' F.VUMINU LA N D ON 
iVkr road. miMitiy .-ov- 
•apruce and fli TrUe 




CABrCELIiAXlOW OP BESEBVB. 

NOTICE Is hereby "given that the re- 
serve lextsting upon the lahds embraced 
In special Timber Licencus No: 20289, 
sltuaiod-near Bethel t" In Ijbt, New \Vcst- 
tnlnsier^. District, Is cancelled, and-'that 
tjie said lands will be open for loct^tion, 
under, the provisions of^ tho Land Act, 
at midnight on October 11, 1910. 
ROBERl' .V REN WICK, 
_ .Dc^tuty Cornmissloiier of Lands. , 

Lands/ Detit.. V'ictoria, July 14, luio. . 



NOTICE 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



OF 



ci.-d with .Mfl< r. 
$4..tO«. 



U'^IVE-ACRE LOT SAAMCH AR-M. NEAR 
P .Mill Ba>. »ii6. 




In tne Supreme Court e>f British Colum- 
bia. 

In the Matter of Charles McKernan, 
Deceased, and in fTfJT-MTltter of the 
Official Adinlnlsttator's Ac I. 
Notice is hereby given that, under an 
order granted ''by the Honorabl*- <.-'bief 
lusllce, dated the 24th day of August. 
,\. 1>. 1910, J, iIkv undersigned, was ap- 
iiolnted adminlMtrator of the estate irf 
the abov^ deceased. All parties having 
claims against the said estate are r> '- 
nuested lo send particulars of same to 
me on'pr befoi-e tho 28tli day of t-.ep- 
teinber, 1910. anil aTl jiersotis indebted 
to.tht sftid estate are, retiuti-ed' to pa> j 
such Indebte.lness to nif* forthvvMth. 

Dalcd at Victorhi, I'., c this.. 'nth 
day of August, IHln 

WM. MO.NTEITH. 
OfflGinl A<lmlnlstraioi. 

NOTICE. 



Navlffftblo Waters Protection Act ' 

NOTICE is hereby Klven that Johfi 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, lirll- 
Isli Columbia, is appjying to: His Excel- 
lency the Uoveiiior Uene'ral of Canada'- 
in Council for appioval ot the plans anil 
description!* of site, of works proiiosed 
to be constructed by him in Victoria 
Harbor Immedlatuly fronting Lot 662A, 
Block 41, Victoria, B— C., and has de- 
posited., the sald-platis ami dcscrlpt loaa 
of sIte-ui Ulj tlie Mlni Kfr of Public 
Works at Ottawa aftd a duplicate there- 
of with the Rogistrar Ueneral of Titles 
In tho Land Registry Office, Victoria. 
B. C. and that the matter of the saiU 
application will bo proceeded with at 
the expiration of one mon^ from the 
■time qt the lirst publication of this ao- 

tlce in th« "Caftftda Gaicette." 

Dated this 2Glh day of July. 1910. 
W. H. LANCJLEY, 
1111 Government Street, 

Victoria, B. C. 
• Solicitor for Appllci^nt. 



"WATER ACT, 1909.' 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. , 

Phone - 1084 71.: -, V,itea' Street 



91/ ACRK.'<> .''KVKN "MILE.*-- FROM. ClTV 
/.li Hail, .111 i;<",il load, alx u.-r»-« und.r ; 
<ultrvatlon; nn'ug • lii'iiar and t.arn etilck- n | 
hous,' and n.i-el vrtnls. bam full of hay: :ii' ; 
young' frijli ir.->-#. anaorted: raagnlfli-.-Jit ; 
\ I. w of' ihe »irnli» and KIk Iski-; -<;los<- ■ i.' j 
aeh<H>l an<i r«.ll«nv. good »'«t. r Pric 

$4,000. t. riii,» ,'M third' ,caah. Ualan'r l.c 
suit Own'-r weiilil talt,' amall h"use and • 
lot In town n» part t'^vment wllJI some j 
eaah. Call and inv, sllgate .,r »vrH.- 1 



In the Townsite of. 

Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 

Crow's Nest Coal 

Fields 



Patroni^_ of the l'jsqi|lmalt Water 
Works Co. will take, notice that the 
water will be tuj-ncd off east of James 
street from 6 a. m'. to probably 9 a. in. 
.Ill AUKU."it 28. 1.9 in. 

I'HE E.SQ1?1.MALT WATER. WQRK^ci) 
r, I T Ll'BBK, 

.Manager. 

NOTICE. ' 



In the Matter' of th, I';s.i.,u-> ,,f Thomas 
• J'. Thornlilll. ■ late ..f I.itiii C:,nv,,n, 
S'keiiiva__Rlver, H. I' 

AH persons havinH: ciaims agi.ln.wt the 
Kb<ive estate are r>>«4U<^BleHl to send iiar-, 
tlculars thereof, dul>- \-.etlfifi1. t.. I h. 
undersigned on or before th«' inth day! 
j of l^eptember, I9I0. after which ijale ihe; 
I executor will proceed' to distribute ih.' 
assets of -the deceas.'d having regard 
only- to the claims of which he lia.i li,>- 
tlc. 

Dut, .1 tli.--2iltii .i,-i.\' ,11' .\i:i.:ii-.i. I'.ipi. 
C. K. CorUTNKY, 
Solicitor for the ICxecu tor. 
Mahon Block. Victoria. H C: 



HERBERT S, LOTT 

Phone l^::* Board .if 'i'l.i.i- 



iSMi;" 



yeadquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal ancLCoke Co., Ltd. 



NOTICE 



Oe- 



\^'ILM<1.\'T 
' V lots on 
• ach: rash. 



1 ' I . .A, I • 1-: 
high 



; 0.\ K 
grourid. 



D. Mcintosh 



R<>al Estate and llnuQclal Agefil. 

Malion Bldg., Unvernnieot t<hree(. Victoria 

B. C. 'leleiihune l<4i>. 



ALL MODERN 
John street, 
$3,600; terniB. 



S-ROO.M 
lot «7 feci 



; HOUSE 
frontage; 



O.V 

only 



SBMl MODERN .» ROOM 
Third street, only $1.8S0; 

T 



noisE 

t«riTie. 



WO LOTS IN BUKLEITH, »6TB EACH. 



mwb LOTS CLOS E TO -COPK B-tftBET 



-L $150 each, 



NOTICE OFJDlSSOttJTION 

' •— *, — ■ 

TAKE NOTICE that the partnership 
heretoforo_aubslsttng between H. L. Wil- 
son and J. Kennedy, at Victoria. B. C.r 
under tho st>'le of "The Victoria Gar- 
age" was dissolved on the 20th day of 
July, 1910, and that the said business 
will, In the futule be carried oti by S, 
L- Wilson t" whom' all outstanding ac- 
counts are payable and who will be re- 
sponsible for all llabiUtlea In cpnfte'ia- 
tlbn with the imfrl buklness. ' ' 

SYDNFY L. AVILSON. 
-— — -— — J^.--K-liH>f NEDY. — . ■ 



NOtlCfe 



A. WILtlAMS & CO., LTD. 

:0« Vatei. Hirrrt. _ , phune 1389. 



tSO 

! IS. 200 



ACREH FACINO O.N MAIN ROAD, 1 
aeven nill.-s frum city. V'prv c-h..-.iiv i 



;,' 1 1 1 1 - . r 


1 ml ' 1 M- .\ 


hi^\'inB 


'be.*n iiilo|il 


V, i'r 1 


1 -1.- 1-.; 1 1 1.- 1 



the 

1.4 



iir.... 
lunci I 



o 







I.i.iT;- 



I'ER LOT. 
good land. 



uiuii. 



In the mattii>r of the Bstato of . John K. 

Nlcholls, late of Minneapolis. Mlhn.,- 

U. S. A., dfoeaaed. 

All persona having claims against thn 
eatatR p( the above named John E. Nlcholij 
are n-<ju|red to aend parllcuiara thereof, 
duly verilled. lo the and. rslgncd on or be- 
fore the lOtTi day ,of AuKji»t, inio, after' 
which .dale the ' gtfd. rsignetl Hii'oriipy for 
tiie (•xeiiulors of the will of ani.l deceaaed 
H'l.ll. t>roceed to distribute -.ttie assets of th.- 
said ileeeased among the persons cntlt|.«d 
liier.i.i, liaving regard only to tho vlalnis 
(,r AvhI.-h they Iheij have , notice. 

D.Ti.-rt this 'Jth day of Aii;<'u»t, IfiO; 

nrtlTLSH . COLClMBlA - TJlCBT 

l''l(,'<.N'. - - ■ 

' Cfiverninfnt Kl., Vl.etrirla, B, .C. 

■ ■•,,--.' --^ -■■: f-: * ,f - :• .-cutlve. 



Messrs. " Stewart Williams & 
> 1 1 . "I Victori^, having. been duly 
insirucied by the International 
Coal and Coke Co.; Ltd., will sell 
by Public Auction at Victoria,' 
B. C, on. Monday and Tuesday, 
the , 19th and 20th September, 
1910, the remainder of the com-, 
pany's Real Estate Holdings in 
the Cit^ of Coleman^ Alberta, 
coniprising some Three Hundred 
eligible Busincs.s and Residential 
Sites, located in this thriving in- 
dustrial t:eiitre.. 

For further and full particulars, 
plans, maps, photographs, etc, 
apply to The Auctioneer, 



Be Cai>t. Edward BarUey, B, B. 

'l' ' I 'Oaasad,' 

) All persons having elnlrriB against the 
estate of Captain Edward Birkley. R. 
N.. deceased, late of W.-slholme, H. C., 
are required to send particulars, duly 
verified thereof tt) Me.Msrs. Creasp & 
Crease. S21 Fort street.— Victoria. B. .(J^ 
on or before the 3ist day of August. 
1910. — ' 

Dated the SOtli day of July; A. D. 1910 
(Signed) 

UEOFFREY BAU.XAni >1.'-;T0.S', 

"' ■ ' Executor. 



TAKE NtrncE that I, Frederick .N. 
Norton, of the city of Vancouver. B. C:, 
lumberman, intend to apply to the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor ill Council on l^uesday, 
the nth day of Octotjer. A. D. 1910. al 
the hour of 1 1 o'clock In tlte forenoon, 
or so soon ther<;after as the application 
can be heard, for a final license under 
Parts -Vl.' ami XII. of , the "Water Act, 
1909," to clear and remove obstaclea 
from .Salmon river and Orford bay, an 
arm of Bute Inlet. British Columbiu. 
for the purpose of making the samo ffl 
irir rafting and driving logs and jicti- 
tjlr.ig back aiui— s+wlflg wjater, and for 
f reeling, boomlng-groufldis 'in said Or- 
ford bay, approximate maps, plans and 
piiTliculars' of Which undertaking ai-o 
filed In the offlce.s of the Chief Cotin- 
mlssioner of Lands and- Water Commis- 
sioner at Victoria.. , . 

Dated this 2U.th dky of July A.. D. 
FREDERICK N." NORTON. 

NOTICE. 

ESTATE OF ADAM (OTHJ:bWISE 
LOtllS) YO^WO. 

l-'orni.iiiy .if. Ill- N' A\ England Hot|^l, 

Victoria. H. c. 

TAKK .VOTICE that Probate of the 
will of the late. Adam or Louis Young 
wn.s on the 24th day of August 1910 
granted Ky the Siipreme Court of Brll- 
i'sli Cidum'hia o,ul of liie Victoria Regia- 
iry to. the Executors. H. Wllle, L. H. 
Young and H. H. Young. 

.\ll person?! havinfc claims against the 
said e.'JtatOLottre hereby rr<|ulred, to send 
full .partlciilnrs thereof duly verlfWjd to 
•fhe undersigri.-d on i>r before the" 1st day 
of 'Octtdier, 1910. . . * .' , 

.Aflei thar date f)ie executors will 
pr.,ce.-d with the administration and dis- 
triliiitiiin of the Estate, hn'^'tt^g 'regard 
ii'ni.v til claltnsid' w-hl<,'h thoy shall have 
i-et-f|\ed dU"' notice, 

l>',-ite.i tho -''.Ih Augtist.WfltO. 

CHKASE ^4 CREA.S'E, 

I'' '111' Kii; !• <i. Box. ,625. Victoria 
I : - the executors. - ' 



NOTICE 




B^ Capt. Edward Barclay, B. B"., Oa. 
ceased. 

All persons having claims against the 
estate of Captain ICdward Barkley, R. 
N ..deceased, late of AVestholme, B, C, 
TTie required to .send partjcul'ar.s, duly 
verified thereof to Messrs. .grease & 
Crease, 5 21 Fort, street, Victoria. B.C.. 
on or before, the 31st day qf August, 
1910. . ■ ' 

Dated the .30th day of Jiily, A. D. 1910 

(.Signed) • 

GEOFFREY BARNARDISTON. 

Executor. 



0AB0EI^I.ATXOB OP BESEBVE. | ^^^^ 



BOBSED 



NOTICE I li hereby given that the re- 
•'•«nfi»-vc existing upon tb'e lands enibraCcJ 
in special Timber Licences N,>8. 2^at)J, 
j 28963 and 289^4. situated In Gold«ircam 
j Dls.ti-let, is cancelled, and that the said 
I lands will be open, for U)catlon undei- 
.1 the provisions of the Land -Act at mld- 
nlgUt on October 14, 1910. 

ROBERT A. REN WICK. 
Deputy Commissioner .,of Lands. 
Lands Dept-, Victoria, July 1^. l9lo. 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 




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FURNITURE and 
EFFECTS. 

WEDNESDAY, AUG, 3l, '2 I** WL 
at the residence pf D. H.'t'J. Brown, 32 
Kingston street, Jnrhtvs Bay.. Parti - 
etiltt^rlB later. 

DAVIE8 & SONS AUCTIONEERS 



NtiTldB Ts hereby given that the i«- 

serve' existing, In jiirown lands Ifi tho 

vicinity of Bfibine 'Lake, situate In 

Range B, Cost District, notice of which 

j was published in' the. t?rUl»li__(^ciUiinbia 

laazettc, dated December- 1 7 th, 190«, is 

I cancelled Ih so tar as said reserve re- 

i latfcs to lots liumbered 1519, 151», 1517. 

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ROBERT A. RENWTCK, 
Deputy Comhtinsttrnor of Lau4% 
Land.11 Di;par,tment. Vietorte, Jp* 0., 
June 16th. 1910. 



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KEBCRAKOZBil OF ' AI>I' KII7DS 
ST0B;EB ABB OISTBIBUTUD 

Duncan's Warehouse 

Kesrotlable Warehouse Becelpta Ib- 
aued. Furnitnro and Household. Ooo<!Ib 
carefully handled. Stoue BuUdlnir and 
Iiow Xnanrance. 



Phone 1665. 



535 Yfttes St. 



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Stewait, B. C, and 
Rupert, B. C. 



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, Fiscal ATxents for the 

Miain Reef Mining Co. 

The. property of this com- 
pany adjoins that of the 
S(c\\.-irt Mining and Devol- 

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MILX. WOOD AND BTOVK WO'^D 
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R. !)AVi kM , iiM.S Douglas .St. 

>',•,■•■ i.i City Hull.'" 
B. DAVEBNE. Tel. 97. 



TENDERS WANTED 



, In th© SutJtemfe court <t* Brit 

hla. In the Matter of 
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'Ting the Estate of Blanche 

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l-ialcd tills 17th day of August, lino. 



NOTICE 

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not permitted to lantl on 
Section 96, ,Esqiiin)-'alt Dis- 
trict, otherwise known as 
Roscbaiik. , 

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VICTORIA D.VILY COLONIST 



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aturday, August 27, 1910 



New Fall Goods Are Arriv. 
ing Daily in the Costume, 
Millinery and Silk Sections. 
Look Through These Depts. 



DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED. 



Our Chocolates Are Made/ 
on the Premises Daily, and 
Arc Pure, Wholesome and 
Delicious. Try Them, 



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Tables 



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We have put into stock this weel< new lines of Fumed Oal< Furniture, now greatly in demand, all at August Sale prices 





Extensio n Ta ble, 
$5.90 

Built of solid wood, finished in 
golden, has five small-shaped 
legs7Sounteid on best quality 
casters, when extended with 
leaves measures 6ft. long. 
One of our many bargains for 
today Sp5.90 



Dining Table at 
$6.90 

Dining Tables in surfaced 
liiiartcr cut oak, golden fin- 
ishl These tables have the 
appearance similar to those 
at $25.00. Square top, which 
has-^a fine flakey effect, with 
five massTve legs, extending 
to 6 feet. Special for to- 
day $(>.90 



Parlo r Table at 
$1.45 

Parlor Tables, built of hard- 
wood, mahogany finish, 
square JhQp with shelf be- 
neath, ^fancy 'turned legs, 
neatly made. A splendid 
<■ bargain. Special for to-- 
day , .$1.45 



Parlor Tabl e at | C hiffonieres, Today, at 

$12.50 



$4 .90 



Parlor Tables in solid oak, 
golden finish, shaped lop, 
with shelf beneath, mounted 
on four turned legs. Also 
very useful for bedrooms. 
Special for today $1.90 



Xliiffonicres, solid golden oak, fitted four 
full length drawers and two small top 
drawers, with brass pulls, best bev elled 
plate mirror, oval shape, mounted" on 
heavy standards. These are splendid 
pieces of bedroom furniture and are 
wond ' Cr ful bargains at this price. To- 
day ., $12.50 



Special Bargains Await This Eveping's Shoppers 

300 Sample Han d Bags on Sal e, Ton ight, at 7 . 30. This Is a 



Sample Lot— No Two Alike 



Included in this sale are the. very latest arid newest designs, cplorings and shapes. Imported by us direct from 

/ the .foremost makers of high-grade Handbags. If you are in nee^ of a Handbag this is a spleiidid_opportmi^ty 

to procure a good one cheap. Prices range from 75c to.......... .»,.•.... ; .. ^«« w*. . ...... ..T?\'pl'*'^'«^" 




n^emnants and Odd Lines, Tonight, at 7.30 

Tonight will hq a cleanup of odci^nds pf Dress Goods, Sitter Linens, Muslins, Cottons, Ribbons. Laces, Embroid- 
eries. Iti order to cleai; these put entirely we haVc niade sub5?tantial, reductions. There are great bargains to be 
got in these oddiines tonight. They will not last long. So tt> have the best choice be here on time. This is Jhe 
last Sununer clean-up sale. * 



This Evening's Specials in the Fancy 

Goods Department 

Fancy Mohair Belts, in all the 'latest colorings, UoVelty buckles. Regular 25c. 
• For -. ... . /. *.'... . •» . » .-. — ^-.-- . .. i i . * ....•..■..■.. • . ....... .rV ^ .... . ... x.\>ip 

Latest MvwyorhBarrettes, filligree patterns; Regular values 25c to 35c. 

For ../,..., ,i -..•... • • • • i~o<p 

Beaded Necklet, pearls, various late designs.; Regular 35c. For ...20^ 

Fancy Hat Pins, jets, pearls, brilliants. Orientals and fancies of every:de- 

scriptiqn. Regular iSC 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c. Sjpccial tonight, 10^, or 3 



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Special Leaders from the 
Handkerchief Section 

A large purchase of fancy Embroidered Hand- 
kerchiefs has jui^t been opened up and go on 
sale this evening. These are I3 x 13, made to 
sell at 15c. Your choice this evening. .10^ 








Special Valuejn^ Lad ies' Hosiery, 
This Evening, at 25c 

This evening von can replenish your Hosiery needs at 
very small prjces/ X specially interesting bargain is 
offered in full fashioned Hose with high spliced heel 
and double tpc^ extra fine silk finish, fast dye. Sizes 

— 83/i to'io, in blairk. Also full fashioned dauhkjieel and 
toe, witli wide ga:rtcr top, fast colored, tan. Sizes, .83^ 

Ladies* Hose, lisle finish. ga,uze cotton,, double heel anfl- 
toe, elastic tops, fast and stainless dye, 8 to io, in black 
only •••••••••• •••••-.•••• •••••••••••♦ •••••• MKM^ 



Tonight's Sale of Slightly Damaged 
Enamelware at 25c 

Some of these values as high as $1.50, but we mean to 
make a clean up. In. this IbBydu will find Tea Kettles, 
Double Saucepans, $tew Pans, (Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Pud- 
ding Pans, etc. 




This Eveninf s Bargains in Hair Goods 

Will Interest You 

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We mean tto make s^ clearance of Hair Goods today, and in order to do so 
have made remarkable reductiotis, ,, 
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Hair Pads and Rolls, regular 25c, 30Gr 35c and 50c, for . , lOd 

Hair Nets, H airly ke, large size, regular loc. Today, 5<,.or 6 foj\^. '25^ 

Turban Hair Pads, values $2,00. This evening '..... $1.00 




School Opens Monday. A Complete Stock of School Req uisites to Be Ha d at This Store 



Special, each 



Our stock of School Requisites is the most complete, and we may also add the largest hereabouts, 

Scribblersi ruled, 10 designs of covers to choose from, large 
size aaid splendid pencil pap?r. Each .... . . . • •♦• • • '^- ■ Sf^ 

Per dozen ,.,...'. ........ . . .-r-.-r-. .. ;............ .50^ 

Rubber Erasers, soft, each. 5c, loc and . . .' 15<^ 

Set Squares ." 10^ 

Rulers^ with metric system . ". 5<* 

Brass Edge Rulers, eath loc, 15c and .20^ 

Schoor Paints, per box ,;.\. . . 2o^ 

Pencil Boxes^ each SC to ....;.. .... . . .... -15^ 



Exercise Books, large sizc,v20 assorted designls and .covers' 
to choose from. Each, 5^, or per dozen ......... . .50^ 

Exercise Books, oilcloth covers, largel, splendid paper for in'rf 
Speciial, each lOf^, or 3 .for . . .' IL .25^ 

Hard Covered Exer|;ise Book. — This book is an extraiordin- 
iry large one, biggest value we ever had for the nloney. 



25^, 



Imperial Exercise Books, large, good quality of paper. \ ■ 
.-IK'rial. each .'..:.. . •■■'•. 1P<^ 



Scribblers. i)l;iiii and ruled.. Special, 3, for 1 Of" 

Rubber Erasers, green ..... .... o^ 



Pencil Boxes, .including pencils and everythttig for 
school . . . 1 . . . . ^. '• • • • •35<? 



Note Books, eaclvsc, IOC, igcapd ', . 



20c 



while prices are indeed moderate. 

Slates, bound, 'each, ipc, 1 5c and 

Slate Pencils, per box . . . 

Pencils, suitable for school purposes,. per dozen. ., . 

Rubber Tipped Pencils, HB, per dozen, 25c, 

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a*nfi •.■.•.■••. ... ■•......*.. ......a... ...... 

ri xj x'^cnciis ». ••...... ..... ./. ......... ^. .•*... 

BB, BH, 2H PeTicils, each .... 

Kohinoor Pencils, each ' 

School Bags, cloth 

Sheepskin School Bags, each, ^Sc io ...... . 

Oilcloth School Bags, each .... 




Women's White Shirt "Waists^ 
7.30, Tonight, 75c 



'onight, at 7:^11. 1 
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:cinck- I'U.'-v i)1hcc, for'we 'arc 
, i^inn-ial li'pc of W'lrrtr Shirt 

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Women's' Cloth Skirts, Tonight, 
at 7.30. Each. $3.75 



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f \Mn ariijn need of a gMoil, aLL-rouiul (Sl'itli ^diiL 
'l-Mi-lvr nffcTs vou a special opportiinii \ n. ih-im' 

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New Fall Suits for Men at $10 
to $25.00 

The Men's Clothinfjbeing shown at these pricCs^vill 
a:t once aM>ear to the particular dressier, .ffom the 

■ ' V ' IV liii-iiK-^s suit to those o^ high-gratle manu- 
i,u (ine lor. iiariieular days. 'I'his year the qualities 
ar<> better, tlie styles more attractive and the values 
mlid line of worsted and tweed 
sui: ■ 1(1 double FfcastcfTsrvlcs in all the 
new , v open t'T your inspection. FViced 
ai finni ^ii).o() r'i 1 , .■ $25.00 

Boys' School Caps and KnlcKej;s 



Boys' School Caps, in 

and ian^ ' ' ' ■ ■' 

Boys' KnickciH. 

kind for sciu' 



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China Cups and Saucers . 
Glasswar e, Etc. at Spe cial 
Price s' This Ev'g, at 7.30 

China Gups and Saucers, with celeste blue edge 

and thre# gold lines, large size. Cups and' 

. saucers, per dozen .................. 75o 

Glass Milk Jugs, i pint size '. ... lOe 

Glass Butter Dishes, with cover, can be used 
for cheese and sardines, . . .'. .......... .lOr 

Ruby's Clear Glass Berry Bowls, 8in., size lOp 
A, parcel of Cauldon China Cups and Saucers, 

tea sizfc, will go at 4 for ■ • •' • • -SSi 

There will be a crowd of eager buyens, but 
w o have "sufficient of these lines to satisfy all 
demands. >*^ , 

IVlen's Sporting Boots 

The Shooting Season will soon be in full 
swing. We are well prepared for it, with an 
unusually large stock of Men's Hi.eli Cuts of 
reliable make. 

Prominent among them is one of Black Kan- 
garoo Calf, 12 inches high, full dqiible sole. 
and selling at ...... ....• ,,.,'.$5. 00 

503 Sample Hat Pins, Values 



....25< 

.....5^ 

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30c, 40C, 
..,.50< 

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.,...25< 

.60^ 
..$1.00 



$1.50, $2, $2.50. $3 to $3.50, 



Tonight, at 7.30, for 75c 



A sample shipment of Beautiful Hat Pin.'^ has just 

come to' hand. These ai^ -■<-\ \\>-U r.idli.nu- and 

Fairy Stone, .in' th( \rr\ ^- ■> .md \incri- 

■ carl noveltie.^, Hdie-e ■■■ -II at I'rum 

' J?i.5o to $3.50.' Tonig-ju. . , . < iioicc', 75^ 

Men's Overcoats. $7.50 to $25 

li, ii,.,.ii ^wiir I di-,t^\)n; i' ■;. .\ --idciidid stock has 
|i: .! Ill' -.! ]'l,i>i,\ >iii iluMaides. They cunsist. of full 
.lii I 'iiiii ipiarler Cidieslerficlds, Vdues and 
'.'1^' . Mill. Mi rioiji-. h'n.^lisji C'he\dot,s. 



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